The Chiefs came out looking more like the team with their back against the wall, not the Bulldogs, in taking a 2-0 lead after one period on a pair of rebound goals from Brandon Thompson and Mike Tebbutt.
However, when you play from behind and get in a hole early, one mistake can kill you. A bad turnover right in the slot in front of Frank Slubowski ended up in a 3-1 Langley lead on a Mason Blacklock goal that went against the flow of play to make it 3-1 just over 11 minutes into the second. The goal was a momentum killer, with the Dogs were unable to recover once again from a two goal hole. A late power play marker after two penalties to the Dogs in the final three minutes of the second was the final nail in the coffin as Josh Myers wristed one home from the hash marks for a 4-1 Langley lead after 40 minutes.