: The Coliseum
Fun Fact: Both teams are coming off overtime losses
Match Up Last Season: Cowichan won both games played between the two games.
Darien Craighead only has one game to his name this season, but he was efficient in his time picking up a goal. He was a point per game player last year, and with another good start in the team’s OT loss to Vernon, Craighead will look to keep his point production rolling along. Kade Kehoe had five points in his first three games, but has been held scoreless the past two. With with Osczevski out of the lineup, he will be leaned on tonight for offence.
This will be the first game for both teams following the BCHL Showcase. Prince George picked up their first win of the season, after beating Trail 6-3. That was a big game for the team, as entering the match they only had four goals in two games. The next day they would battle back late to send the game against Victoria to overtime, but would wind up losing. After entering the weekend with no points, taking three of a possible four was a great outcome for the team. Last year Prince George only scored a single goal against the Capitals in their two meetings, so that will have to change this year if they expect any success.
Silent but Deadly