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Chilliwack Chiefs shut down Powell River Kings' offence

Visiting BC Hockey League club cruises to 5-0 win at Hap Parker Arena
HIGH STICKS: Chilliwack Chiefs defender Xavier Henry and Powell River Kings forward Kaleb Nelson collide during a BC Hockey League game at Hap Parker Arena on Friday, November 5. Chiefs skated to a shutout win.

Chilliwack Chiefs needed just over six minutes to score the winning goal in a BC Hockey League (BCHL) game versus Powell River Kings at Hap Parker Arena on Friday, November 5.

AJ Lacroix opened the scoring for the visitors at 6:40. Dawson Good (power play) and Connor Milburn also converted in the first period, for a 3-0 lead before intermission.

Kings were unable to counter the trio of goals, and only mustered five shots over the first 20 minutes. Chiefs outshot the hosts 33-23 overall, and added one goal in the second period (Xavier Henry) and another in the final minute of the game (Jordan Chudley) en route to a 5-0 win.

With the loss, Powell River's home record fell to 0-3. Attendance was 822.

Kings are seventh in the nine-team BCHL Coastal Conference with an overall record of three wins, seven losses and one overtime loss.

The two teams meet again tonight (November 6), also at Hap Parker Arena. Game time is 7 pm.

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