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Around the BCHL – Saturday, Nov. 12

BCHL-180x240Logan Mostat scored a natural hat trick for the Surrey Eagles, leading them to a 6-2 road win over the Alberni Valley Bulldogs.

Mostat and Jordan Sandhu swapped tallies in the first period and in the second, after Connor Welsh’s power-play marker put the ‘Dogs ahead 2-1, Mostat came through with the two tallies that gave him the hat trick and gave Surrey the lead for good.

Paul McAvoy added two goals in the third with Jacob Dupont chipping in as well. Daniel Davidson made 20 saves for the win.

Braedon Fleming made 31 saves and four different scorers got on the sheet for the Langley Rivermen in a 4-1 road win over the Nanaimo Clippers. Ryan Barrow opened the scoring for Langley in the first on the man advantage and Adam Donnelly replied for the Clips with what would be their only goal of the night. McKay Flanagan’s power-play goal in the second would be the winner and Brendan Budy and Gavin Payne added on in the third.

Mitch Skapski’s goal at 1:08 of double overtime clinched a 5-4 comeback¬†win for the Salmon Arm Silverbacks over the visiting Merritt Centennials. Brett Jewell, Michael Regush and Zach Risteau scored in the first for the Cents with Riley Hayles notching a ‘Backs goal and it was 3-1 Cents after one. Carson Bolduc and Hayles tallied in the second to tie it and in the third, Josh Blanchard put the ‘Backs ahead but Risteau tied the game with four seconds left in regulation. Skapski’s goal in three-on-three action won it. Trevin Kozlowski stopped 39 shots for the win while Jacob Berger stopped 48 for Merritt.

Ty Amonte’s second-period goal was the game-winner for the Penticton Vees in a 3-1 road win over the Vernon Vipers. Carter Stephenson opened the scoring in the first for Vernon but Grant Cruikshank replied late in the opening frame to tie it. Amonte’s goal was the decisive tally and Taylor Ward added the insurance later in the middle frame. Mat Robson made 25 saves for the win while Ty Taylor stopped 24 for Vernon.

A three-goal first period paved the way for the Powell River Kings in a 5-2 home win over the Victoria Grizzlies. Hunter Findlater, Tristan Mullin and Cam Donaldson tallied in the first to give the Kings all the goals they’d need. Lucas Fraulin and Callum Volpe added on in the second. Victoria got both their goals from Marty Westhaver in the third.

Brian Williams and Matt Baker each scored twice as the Wenatchee Wild downed the visiting Trail Smoke Eaters 6-1. Luke Santerno opened the scoring for Trail late in the first but it would be the only shot to beat Garrett Nieto on the night. Baker tied the game 14 seconds into the second and AJ Vanderbeck’s goal shortly after was the winner. Charlie Combs, Williams’ pair of tallies and Baker’s second (empty-netter) were the goals in the third.

Jordan Kawaguchi scored twice and set up another, helping the Chilliwack Chiefs to a 9-1 home win over the Coquitlam Express. Kale Kane and Jake Smith scored in the first, which would be all the offensive support goalie Mark Sinclair would need on the night. Kawaguchi got both his goals in the second with Josh Borynec and Will Calverley tallying as well. Tommy Lee, Connor McCarthy and Davis Bunz scored in the third. It was Cal Babych’s third-period goal for Coquitlam that ruined Sinclair’s shutout bid.