Both of the McHaffie twins

Kodiaks demolish Devils, 10-0

The Aldergrove Kodiaks broke out of a two-game slump in a big way.

The Aldergrove Kodiaks broke out of a two-game slump in a big way.

The junior B hockey team rang up double digits in goals with a 10-0 shellacking of the visiting North Delta Devils on Oct. 16 at the Aldergrove Arena.

The Kodiaks were all over the Devils, outshooting them 53-22 with Kodiaks’ keeper Tate Sproxton picking up the shutout, and the game’s second star.

The Kodiaks scored three times in each of the first and third periods, and four in the second.

The offence was led by twins Spencer McHaffie (three goals, one assist) and Scott McHaffie (two goals, one assist) while Aaron Markin, Spencer Unger, Joshua Pollock, Jeremy Lagler and Kenny Prato potted one goal apiece.

Scott and Spencer McHaffie also scored one apiece short-handed, as well as one apiece on power plays, while Markin scored the Kodiaks’ third power play goal.

Spencer and Scott McHaffie earned the game’s first and third stars, respectively.

Spraxton keeps the league’s top goalie status with a 1.36 GAA, while Kodiaks Stephen Ryan, Scott McHaffie, Spencer McHaffie and Kenny Prato are the league’s scoring leaders, with 18, 16, 15 and 15 points, respectively.

The win improves Aldergrove to 7-4-0-0 on the season and they sit second in the PJHL’s Harold Brittain Conference, with 14 points after 11 games. The Kodiaks had lost three of their previous four games.

They are back in action on Oct. 17 when they visit Richmond Arena to battle the Richmond Sockeyes.

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