Friday Feb. 7th
WOLVES 3
BRAVES 8
Final
Saturday Feb. 8th
PANTHERS 6
ISLANDERS 0
Final
Saturday Feb. 8th
BRAVES 2
GLACIER KINGS 1
Final
Saturday Feb. 8th
STORM 1
GENERALS 6
Final
Sunday Feb. 9th
WOLVES 4
ISLANDERS 2
Final
Wednesday Feb. 12th
PANTHERS 4
WOLVES 7
Final
Thursday Feb. 13th
STORM 4
BUCCANEERS 1
Final
Thursday Feb. 13th
ISLANDERS 3
COUGARS 6
Final
Friday Feb. 14th
WOLVES 1
PANTHERS 3
Final
Friday Feb. 14th
COUGARS 6
STORM 2
Final
Friday Feb. 14th
GLACIER KINGS 2
GENERALS 6
Final
Friday Feb. 14th
ISLANDERS 5
BRAVES 7
Final
Saturday Feb. 15th
BUCCANEERS 4
ISLANDERS 1
Final
Saturday Feb. 15th
GENERALS 6
GLACIER KINGS 1
Final
Sunday Feb. 16th
GENERALS 2
COUGARS 3
Final
Sunday Feb. 16th
BRAVES 2
WOLVES 4
Final
Monday Feb. 17th
BRAVES  
PANTHERS  
1:00PM
Monday Feb. 17th
STORM  
GLACIER KINGS  
6:30PM
Wednesday Feb. 19th
COUGARS  
WOLVES  
7:00PM
Thursday Feb. 20th
BRAVES  
COUGARS  
7:00PM
Thursday Feb. 20th
GLACIER KINGS  
BUCCANEERS  
7:15PM
Friday Feb. 21st
GENERALS  
BRAVES  
6:30PM
Friday Feb. 21st
BUCCANEERS  
STORM  
7:30PM
Friday Feb. 21st
WOLVES  
PANTHERS  
7:30PM
Saturday Feb. 22nd
STORM  
GENERALS  
7:00PM
Saturday Feb. 22nd
WOLVES  
GLACIER KINGS  
7:00PM
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Championship Game 3 Wrap-up
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 VIJHL Championship Finals – Game 3 – March 29

Victoria 4 Campbell River 0

The Victoria Cougars played a physical, skilled game punctuated by stellar goaltending enroute to a 4-0 victory and a 2-1 series lead on Friday night in Campbell River.

Similar to Game 2, it was the Cougars that seemed to win the board battles. For their part, the Storm brought their physical out in the back half of the game which generated opportunities.

Early on, with the Storm outshooting Victoria, 8-2, Sikkes made some acrobatic saves and in the third with them pressing even harder, he barred up the door. The Smithers Minor Hockey product stopped all 31 shots he faced and earned his first playoff shutout in his Junior career.

Kevan McBean, Matthew Clark, Booker Chacalias and Mateo Albinati scored for the Cougars but it was the play of Owen Sikkes between the pipes that secured the win; he played a whale of a game.

Victoria went 1 for 5 on the power play, Campbell River was 0 for 6 and have yet to register a goal with the man advantage.

Albinati and Josh Pederson were the game stars.

Game 4 is on Sunday afternoon (3:30) at the Archie Browning Arena in Esquimalt.


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NORTH DIVISION
TEAM GP W L T TP
Generals 46 30 14 0 62
Storm 45 27 15 0 57
Buccaneers 46 13 22 0 32
Glacier Kings 45 7 35 0 17
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SOUTH DIVISION
TEAM GP W L T TP
Cougars 46 39 6 0 79
Panthers 46 34 12 0 68
Wolves 45 26 15 0 56
Braves 45 19 19 0 45
Islanders 48 11 34 0 25
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SCORING LEADERS
PLAYER GP G A PTS
T. Wort (PEN) 46 41 44 85
R. Braun (PEN) 45 28 46 74
E. Easton (VIC) 45 32 39 71
J. Lingard (PEN) 44 30 40 70
B. Irwin (VIC) 41 19 49 68
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GOALIE LEADERS
GOALIE GP W GAA SV%
J Sweet (OCE) 8 5 1.75 .919
B Anderson (VIC) 24 19 1.80 .916
J Hudak (CRS) 15 8 2.08 .926
C McKillop (PEN) 33 26 2.20 .915
C Rechsteiner (INACT) 13 8 2.44 .902
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Oceanside Generals

“Isaac (Leik) is a dominate power forward type at this level. He can control games along the boards, has a tremendous shot and uses time and space to create offence effectively,” says the Player of the Week’s Head Coach, Dan Lemmon. This was in evidence last Saturday night in a 5 point performance against the Storm that helped Oceanside move back into first place in the North. Leik has been the most productive General since joining the club in January (18 points in 11 games).

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