Friday, December 04, 2009
Dogs win 6th straight..
The Bulldogs won their season high sixth straight game Friday night with a dominating 4-0 win over the Victoria Grizzlies.
The Dogs looked strong out of the gate from the opening puck drop, and the Grizzlies looked just the opposite missing some players from their line up as they were just a step behind all night.
Trent Dorais, making his return to the line up after missing Tuesday's game due to personal reasons, made it 1-0 Dogs in the final second of the opening period on a great set up by Kevin Ross and Tyler Berholtz.
Dorais would play set up man in the second period to make it 2-0 as he somehow managed to outwork two Grizzlies as he stole the puck and found Robert Lindores in the slot where he one-timed it high glove side on Ryan Holfeld for a 2-0 Dogs lead eight minutes into the second.
It would be the Dogs power play that found the net to make it 3-0 as Kevin Ross took a hit to make a play to David Dziurzynski down the right wing into the Victoria zone. "Dizzy" would throw a perfect cross ice pass to Mitch MacMillan walking down the left wing to the net where he scored a big-league goal, ripping a perfect shot high short-side.
The Dogs would dominate the third, outshooting the Grizzlies 15-1 but the only goal would be Casey Bailey finding the empty net with just over a minute left stretching his goal scoring streak to five games. New Bulldog Jeff Reppucci picked up an assist on the play in making his BCHL debut.
Scott Lewan picked up his third straight win in net, and his first career BCHL shutout.
Next up - the TEDDY BEAR TOSS Saturday night as the Dogs host the Powell River Kings.
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