Coquitlam Express deliver seventh loss in a row to Powell River Kings

Reilly Moran’s eighth goal of the season was the only highlight for Powell River Kings on Sunday, October 20, in a BC Hockey League game in Coquitlam against the Express.

Kings were already down 4-0 when Ben Wozney and Christian Buono combined to set up Moran on a powerplay at 16:43 of the first period. In eight other opportunities with the extra skater, Kings came up empty. The Express also went one for nine on the powerplay.

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Coquitlam added two more goals in the second period, including one while playing shorthanded, and cruised to a 6-1 win, handing the Kings their seventh loss in as many games.

Braedy Euerby and Matteo Paler-Chow shared goaltending duties for the Kings. Euerby, the starter, stopped 17 of the 22 shots he faced. Paler-Chow made seven saves and gave up one goal in just over 20 minutes of action. 

Attendance at Poirier Sports and Leisure Centre was 562.

Kings return home for a pair of games at Hap Parker Arena later this week.

Prince George visits on Thursday, October 24, and Vernon provides the opposition on Friday, October 25.

Both games start at 7 pm.

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