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LeFranc’s three points propels Spruce Kings to 4-1 victory over Wenatchee at BCHL Showcase

Ben LeFranc’s three points, along with tallies from Kolton Cousins and Dylan Schives was enough to propel the Prince George Spruce Kings to their third victory in a row, defeating the Wenatchee Wild 4-1 at the BCHL Showcase.

1st PERIOD:

NO SCORING

SHOTS:

WEN 10 PG 6

2nd PERIOD:

 PG: Ben LeFranc played a little give and go with forward Nathan Fox and the Spruce King forward played it ahead to LeFranc who kicked the puck to his stick and made a great move around Tyler Shea to give the Spruce Kings the lead. LeFranc’s second of the season had the lone helper credited to Fox at 10:47

SHOTS:

WEN 5 PG 8

3rd PERIOD:

 PG: 6:56 into the period, Kolton Cousins wrapped the puck around the goal and threw the puck to the net from the bottom of the right circle and it somehow found a way through the wickets of Shea to give Prince George a 2-0 lead. Cousins’ third of the season was assisted by John Herrington.

PG: Not even two minutes later, the puck came to Ben LeFranc at the left circle, and he wired a wrister top shelf to score second of the day and third of the year. LeFranc’s goal was assisted by both John Herrington and Kolton Cousins at 8:39.

PG: At 10:19, it was 20-year-old defenceman Dylan Schives who walked into the high slot and ripped a wrist shot top shelf passed Shea to make it 4-0 Prince George. Schives’ first as a Spruce King was assisted by Evan Fedele.

WEN: After two great stops by Aaron Trotter, the puck came to Cade Stibbe who put home a rebound opportunity at the left side of the goal. Stibbe’s first of the season came at 12:01.

 

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