Aldergrove Kodiak Quinncy Leroux in action against the Delta Ice Hawks

Kodiaks aim for bronze medal at provincials

Aldergrove's Quinncy Leroux scored the Kodiaks' only goal on an unassisted power play

The Aldergrove Kodiaks are headed for the bronze elimination round at the Cyclone Taylor Cup in Creston after an overtime 1-2 defeat against the Campbell River Storm Saturday afternoon.

The Storm’s win qualifies the team for the gold and silver medal game Sunday evening at Creston community centre, while the Kodiaks will play the bronze-fourth place game in the afternoon.

Two Kootenay teams, the Beaver Valley Nitehawks and Creston Valley Thunder Cats are playing Saturday evening to determine their spots in the final elimination rounds.

The Kodiaks had been up 1-0 over the Storm in the second period but the Storm evened it up in the third and took the win at four minutes into the first overtime.

Aldergrove’s Quinncy Leroux scored the Kodiaks’ only goal on an unassisted power play.

The Storm outshot the Kodiaks in every period for a game total of 46 to 25.

The Storm scored on one of ten power plays while the Kodiaks scored on one of five.

The Kodiaks’ only win at the provincial championship was over the Nitehawks, 5-3. The Kodiaks lost their first game against the host Thunder Cats, 0-2.

The Storm also lost their first game in the round robin series against the Nitehawks, 0-6, but defeated the Thunder Cats in game two, 6-2.

Aldergrove Kodiaks

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

School speed limits in force in Langley

Langley RCMP are asking pedestrians and drivers to be cautious as school resumes

There’s still Hope After Stroke during COVID-19

Program facilitator remains available by phone

Hot rods parade by Langley hospital at seven o’clock for front line workers

Few dozen from BC Hot Rod Association paraded their cars in private show for staff and seniors

Anyone participating in virtual Langley Walk this weekend?

Residents have until Sunday, May 31 to complete annual 5K challenge

UPDATED: Playgrounds, parkour site, and Langley City hall will partially reopen

City and Township amenities are slowly reopening with physical distancing rules in place

Only four new COVID-19 cases, 228 active across B.C.

Health officials watching as activities ramp up

Facing changes together: Your community, your journalists

Thanks for helping the Aldergrove Star to continue its mission to provide trusted local news

Feds looking at ways to reunite families amid COVID-19 border restrictions with U.S.

Some families with members of dual-citizenship have become separated due to the pandemic

‘I knew what he wanted’: Kootenay man spends hours in tree as black bear patrols below

Francis Levasseur is no stranger to the outdoors, but a recent run-in with a bear caused quite a scare

COVID cancelled their wedding plans, so they married on a BC mountaintop

Ceremony was live streamed to friends and family around the world

Trudeau acknowledges racial unrest in U.S.; ‘We also have work to do in Canada’

‘Anti-black racism, racism, is real; it’s in the United States, but it’s also in Canada,’ Trudeau says

State of Local Emergency declared for Boundary as communities brace for river flooding

Warm weather and heavy rain could cause sections of Kettle River system to swell beyond 2018 levels

Large cruise ships barred from Canadian waters until end of October: Garneau

Last year 140 cruise ships brought more than two million visitors to Canadian ports

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man’s neck charged with murder

Arrest comes after three days of protests, which escalated in violence as demonstrators torched a police precinct

Most Read