For the second time this season, the
Despite outshooting the Bulldogs 11-4 in the opening period, the Valley First Vees found themselves trailing 1-0.
However, it was the middle period when the roof caved in on
Eric Kroshus and Brett Hextall each tallied once and added an assist on the powerplay during a penalty-filled final period, but it was too little and far too late for the Valley First Vees, who suffered their most lopsided loss of the year.
Penticton netminder Alex Evin was relieved by Bryan Mountain 11:08 into period two, following the Bulldogs? fourth goal of the night, suffering his first defeat since December 9th.
The (39-14-2-1) Valley First Vees still have a more than respectable record of
As the regular season winds down, the battle for first in the Interior Conference is beginning to tighten. Penticton?s lead over second place Westside has been reduced to just three points, with the Valley First Vees still holding a game in hand.
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