The Bulldog had their four game point streak snapped - their longest streak of the season, with a 4-1 loss in Vernon last night. They got some help on the scoreboard out of town as the Spruce Kings did them a favour with a 6-4 over the Capitals in Duncan. On one hand it is great that the Dogs got some help, on the other it's too bad when one thinks it was an opportunity where a win would have finally vaulted them up a place in the standings.
While the Warriors had last night off after beating Vernon 5-3 on Friday, they are still playing their third game of the week as they were in Penticton on Wednesday night where they topped the Vees 2-1. The Warriors are the hottest team in the league, unbeaten in their last eight games, winning seven and tying once. With Penticton only picking up one point in their last three games and the Warriors now having three games in hand on them and almost everyone else in the Conference, one has to think the amazing race in the Interior has become even more crazy.
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Teal Burns , now with the University of Guelph Gryphons. Aquired by the Bulldogs last year at the Trade Deadline, Burns played a big part in the success the team had throughout the stretch run and into the Conference Finals and the run in the Playoffs. He has aquitted himself at the CIS level, at last look he was 4th in team scoring with Guelph.
Here's a goal by Teal from last year in the Playoffs vs Nanaimo
And of course the infamous skate-through-glass incident!