Revelstoke Grizzlies de-feather Sicamous Eagles

The Revelstoke Grizzlies extended its winning streak to three games with a dominant 5-1 win over the Sicamous Eagles on Wednesday.

Revelstoke Grizzlies defenseman Andrew Brown fends off a Sicamous Eagles forechecker during Revelstoke's 5-1 win on Wednesday. Brown picked up an assist in the game.

The Revelstoke Grizzlies extended its winning streak to three games with a dominant 5-1 win over the Sicamous Eagles on Wednesday.

Revelstoke outshot the Eagles 67-12, including a 31 shot second period, as they cruised their way to an easy win over their Eagle Pass rivals.

Zac McKee, Ullar Wiatzka, Michael Lenoury, Raphael Bassot and Jordan Rae scored for the Grizzlies in the win. Curtis Belbin, Daniel Fisher and Ryan Pereverzoff each picked up two assists, while Bassot, Lenoury and Wiatzka also had two-points games.

Giovanni Sambrielaz had an easy game in nets, giving up one goal on 11 shots. Max Gaudet stopped 62 of 67 shots for the Eagles.

The win improved the Grizzlies’ record to 3-2.

The Grizzlies next games is Friday, Sept. 30, against the Princeton Posse at the Revelstoke Forum. On Saturday, the two teams face off in Nakusp.

 

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