Mohawks win big over Vees

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Tuesday night, the Prince George Mohawks experienced the winning side of a blowout.

In the second game of the Savage Cup, the Mohawks beat the Penticton Vees 9-0, outshooting the Vees 48-34.

In a game where both teams were short benched, three players stepped up and took over the second game of the tournament.

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Prince George’s line of Shaun Fomenoff, Tyler Brough and Joe Morgan combined for 17 points in the game. Fomenoff had four goals and one assist, Brough had two goals and four assists and Morgan scored once while earning six assists. 

Both Prince George goalies shared the evening’s shut out, as they split their play time right down the middle. Guy Walch started off the game, with Alex Wright taking over exactly halfway through the second period. 

After the game, Morgan talked about the chemistry between Brough and himself and how the two have been playing together for many years. According to Morgan, they even play together on their recreational hockey team.

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Game three of the Savage Cup takes place Thursday at 8 p.m. between the Pentiction Vees and the Fort St John Flyers.   

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