The Grizzlies won against 100 Mile House 4:1. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke Grizzlies wrangle the wranglers

Revelstoke win against 100 Mile House 4:1

It was another win for Revelstoke.

Jaden Hay from the Grizzlies scored the first goal of the game in a power play. He was assisted by Jon Vandermolen and Ethan Schaeffer. Hay scored the only goal in the first period.

Once again, Hay scored the only goal in the second period in another power play. Deja Vue? However, this time he was assisted by Jordan Kohlman.

Ryan Bedard from Revelstoke scored the first goal in the third and was assisted by Dalton Irvine. Soon after Raymond Speerbrecker from Revelstoke scored the fourth goal of the night. He was assisted by Carter Anderson. In a shootout, 100 Mile House eventually scored. The goal was by Harley Bootsma and the assist by Julien Dewey.

The Grizzlies had nine penalties, while the Wranglers had five.

Revelstoke plays 100 Mile House again tonight at 7 pm at Revelstoke Forum.

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Fans celebrate a birthday and a Grizzlies’ goal. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

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