The Huskies lost 6-2 to the Dawson Creek Jr. Canucks on Friday night.
The Jr. Canucks opened the scoring, on a broken play in the first. With the huskies on a 4 on 3 powerplay, Dawson Creek shot the puck into the Huskies zone. Goalie Zach Blain came out of his net to play the puck, but was unable to put it past forechecking Colter MacLean, who stole the puck and put it into the empty net. Kyle Porter evened the score soon after, one handing a loose puck through the legs of Cody Garnett. Before the end of the first, the Canucks regained the lead, when Tyson Keen redirected a Justin McLeod slap pass past Blain.
In the second, the Huskies tried to regain their composure, and Cody Kalb scored a powerplay goal on a quick snap-shot. But, two bad bounces saw two more goals, and the second period ended 4-2.
In the third period, the wheels fell of for FSJ, with Dawson Creek dominating puck possession,and cycling the puck well. They added two more goals, to go up 6-2. Before the end, of play three fights broke out. First, Jason Arnouse and Lucas MacKenzie tussled. Seconds later, Kyle Porter had a good tilt with Reed Smith. Finally, Riley Apsassin had a great tilt with Alex Hornland.
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