The Grimshaw Huskies are still looking for their first win this North Peace Hockey League (NPHL) season.
They fell yet again on Thursday, falling 9-2 to the Dawson Creek Senior Canucks.
Four of those goals were scored by Dolan Bjornson.
The Huskies were outmatched from the get-go, getting heavily outshot 65-28.
The loss literally does nothing for the Huskies. But for the Canucks, this puts their record at 5-1-and-1, but it doesn’t quite give them the lead in the NPHL’s West Division.
That title still belongs with the Fort St. John Flyers, who edged out the Grande Prairie Athletics by a score of 5-4. This puts the Flyers at 6-and-2, while the A’s are at 2-1-and-1.
In the East Division, Friday’s game decides who currently is on top of the stadings.
The Manning Comets are in Falher to take on the Pirates. Both teams, right now, are tied with six points each in the standings. But the similarities end there, as the Comets are 3-and-2, while the Pirates are 3-and-3.
On Saturday, the Huskies hope to redeem themselves yet again, this time in GP. The High Prairie Regals will play host to the Sr. Canucks at the Sports Palace, while the Comets and the Pirates play each other again, this time in Manning.
– Posted by BET