Whalers undefeated

Campbell River Minor Hockey’s Billings Plumbing Whalers are undefeated after an exciting play-off game against the Eagles

Campbell River Minor Hockey’s Billings Plumbing Whalers are undefeated after an exciting play-off game against the Eagles.

The Whalers played with confidence, netting three goals in the first. Defenceman Kevin Monk scoring the first on a breakaway and Logan Frame notched two of his own, one unassisted and the other assisted by Gavin Hope. The Eagles did get one back from Noah Cossenas, assisted by Lisa Lloyd. Cossenas then scored his second of the game just two minutes into the second period to pull his team to within two. But the Whalers’ Frame got his hat trick, assisted by Monk, in the second period and Kylie Scammel scored a fifth goal for the Whalers, from a perfect assist by Travis Star, making the final game 5-2 for the Whalers. The Whalers continue their playoff run Saturday, times TBA.

 

 

 

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