Kodiaks battle bad streak

Aldergrove Kodiaks were on the right track, outshooting the host Port Moody Black Panthers on Saturday night two to one

The Aldergrove Kodiaks were on the right track, outshooting the host Port Moody Black Panthers on Saturday night two to one and staying out of the penalty box, but a costly mistake cost the Kodiaks the game in overtime.

The game was scoreless in the first two periods and the Kodiaks finally notched one in the second half of the third period. Ryan Procyshyn scored at 11:49 on one of six power plays, assisted by Kodi Schwarz and Stephen Ryan.

However, Panther Martin Campbell scored at 17:07 to take the game into overtime.

And after Joshua Cronin was sent to the sin bin at 2:28 for high sticking, Martin scored another at 2:57 to end the game 2-1 for the Panthers.

The Kodiaks outshot the Panthers 54-27 and Procyshyn and goalie Mark Menicucci earned the game’s first and third stars, respectively. Panther goalie Angus Redmond was second star of the night.

The Kodiaks picked up a point that night for the overtime win, but are stuck at nine points after 12 games (4-7-1-0).

The Kodiaks travel to Richmond to take on the Sockeyes Thursday, Oct. 25. The Kodiaks close out the month by hosting North Vancouver Wolf Pack Wednesday, Oct. 31.

Just Posted

Why champion rider moved to Langley from the U.S.

Hint: it didn’t have much to do with horses, according to one Kyle King

VIDEO: Try this on for size… free suits!

Langley Moores donates hundreds of outfits to WorkBC that people in need can wear for job interviews

World cup: A party within a party in Langley

tbird offers ringside way to take in sights and sounds of horse action this Sunday

RibFest smokes last year’s totals

An estimated $100,000 was raised by local Rotary clubs

Mural for Aldergrove murder victim remains as Freshco renovates

Kyle ‘Newbie’ Marud’s unsolved 2007 murder, still on the minds Aldergrove residents

New police force in Surrey must avoid VPD, RCMP errors made in Pickton case: Oppal

Boots are scheduled to be on the ground by spring 2021

Conan turns to the Property Brothers for tips on buying Greenland

Jonathan Scott suggests removing glaciers and mountains to bring in ‘more natural light’

Forests minister visits B.C. town rocked by multiple mill shutdowns

A third of Mackenzie turns out for rally, not much to cheer about

B.C. sockeye returns drop as official calls 2019 ‘extremely challenging’

Federal government says officials are seeing the same thing off Alaska and Washington state

North Van music teacher accused of sexual misconduct involving girls

Police believe other victims could be out there after the arrest of Lamar Victor Alviar

B.C. family stranded in Croatia desperate to come home

Funds being raised to bring back mom and two children

B.C. man on trial for daughters’ murders says an intruder broke in

Andrew Berry takes stand in his defense for December 2017 deaths of young daughters

‘Plenty of time for a deal’: Teachers’ union expects kids back in school on Sept. 3

BCTF says class size, composition at the heart of the issue

Most Read