Friday, November 27, 2015

Didur Stars Again


                      1                                        Final Score                                        4
Braiden Epp
Goal Scorers
Szeto, Sinclair, Fregona, White
Total Shots

1st Period Shots
2nd Period Shots
3rd Period Shots
0 for 3
Power Play
0 for 2
Ethan De Jong
3rd Star

2nd Star
Bo Didur

1st Star
Adam Sinclair

Current Record

The Spruce Kings finally managed a goal against Bo Didur. He had a shutout streak of nearly 5 ½ periods before Braiden Epp managed to get a tip past him. It would be the one goal Prince George scored in a 4-1 loss to the Langley Rivermen.

In the first Prince George was heavily outgunned being outshot 16-5. Despite that stat, the period ended scoreless. Sam Tanguay earned his first start in net since last Wednesday, and was brilliant in the first period keeping Prince George in the game.

The second period was a different story, as Langley only had six shots, but scored on two of them in a span of just under a minute. First it was Zachary Bleuler at the side of the net taking a shot, and the rebound bounced right to Justin Szeto who scored on the rebound for the first goal of the game. Then it was Adam Sinclair getting wide open in the slot, and wristing a shot past the glove of Tanguay.

Prince George would eventually break past Didur in the third as Matt Stief took a shot from the slot that was tipped in front by Epp to bring the game within one goal. It would the Spruce Kings getting the next goal though, as Justin Fregona scored his team leading 19th goal which is good for 5th best in the BCHL tied with Matthew Hoover from the Nanaimo Clippers. Torrin White would eventually score the late empty netter on a sharp angled shot to seal the deal at 4-1.

Turning Point:
A pair of no goal calls hurt the Spruce Kings. The first was called on the ice as a good goal, but then the refs consulted, and determined that Braiden Epp falling into Bo Didur was enough under his own power and didn’t give Didur a chance to make the save. Then it was Parker Colley on a wraparound that he thought went in, but the refs said otherwise.

Prince George will play in Coquitlam on Friday night. The Spruce Kings currently sit six point back of the Express, but Coquitlam holds four games in hand.

No Scoring
4-1 Langley Rivermen at 19:29 (EN)Torrin White from Max Kaufman

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