Dawson Creek Senior Canucks headed to the Coy Cup

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DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – After a blowout in game one, game two between the Senior Canucks and the Fort St. John Senior Flyers would head to overtime before a winner a winner was decided.

In game two of the Coy Cup Qualifying Series, the game was close with the scored tied at three after three periods of play.  In overtime, the Senior Canucks got the game-winning goal from Kevin Swales to take the game 4-3 and take the best of three series 2-0.

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In the first period, Miller-Jeannotte scored the only goal for the Flyers.  In the second, goals came from Massingham and Wongstedt for the boys in blue.  But that didn’t change the score as the Senior Canucks kept the game tied at three after two periods.

Game one in the series was an 8-1 blowout by the Senior Canucks.

Dawson Creek will now play in the 2018 Senior Men’s AA Championships in Williams Lake March 27 to 31.

 

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