Hawks end Aldergrove Kodiaks win streak

A date with the league's top team ended the Aldergrove Kodiaks' season-high four-game winning streak.

A date with the league’s top team ended the Aldergrove Kodiaks’ season-high four-game winning streak.

The Kodiaks were at the Ladner Leisure Centre on Nov. 13, but could not hold on to a 2-1 first-period lead in PIJHL junior B hockey action.

Jackson Waniek and Ryan Ziadie had put the visitors ahead but Jeremy Gossard tied the score shortly after and then Alex Martin scored the game-winner late in the second period.

Marc Letourneau opened the scoring for the Ice Hawks, who improved to 17-2-0-1.

The Kodiaks were riding a winning streak thanks to a pair of overtime victories last week against the last-place and first-place teams in their conference, respectively.

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