On Sunday at Kin 1, the Chiefs edged the Cougars 5-3 in a BC Elite Hockey League contest. The teams were tied 3-3 heading to the third period but, in those final 20 minutes, Charles Robinson scored a shorthanded goal to put the Chiefs ahead 4-3 and the visitors later got an empty-netter from Lucas McDonald.
Preston Pierre, Hunter Henry and Shea Baker had the Cariboo goals. For the Chiefs, McDonald finished with a hat trick, and Callum Whiteway also scored.
Maverick Bell was the winning goaltender and Kaleb Miller took the loss.
On Saturday, the Chiefs beat the Cats 4-1. Magnus Veldman scored for the Cougars in that one. The Chiefs, meanwhile, got their goals from Brayden Yee, Robinson, Nathan Ramos and Nicholas Ferraro-Howling.
In the nets, Bell earned the victory and Ryder Green was on the losing end.
The sixth-place Chiefs bumped their record to 6-5-1-0 and the ninth-place Cougars slipped to 3-9-0-2.
The Cougars don’t play again until Nov. 27-28 when they host the North Island Silvertips.
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The U17 Cariboo Cougars had no answer for the Greater Vancouver Canadians.
In BC Elite Hockey League games played Saturday and Sunday at Kin 1, the first-place Canadians blanked the Cats 6-0 and 3-0.
The Canadians moved to 11-1-0-0, while the seventh-place Cougars saw their record fall to 4-7-0-1.
The Cats will be in Burnaby this coming weekend for games against the Vancouver Northeast Chiefs, who are tied for top spot with the Canadians.