Port Moody Panthers' #11 Evan Gain muscles in on Aldergrove Kodiaks' goalie Griffin Baillie and #4 Jamieson Ree but to no avail as the Kodiaks held that Panthers to a 7-1 drubbing

Kodiaks maul Panthers 7-1

Aldergrove Kodiaks dished out the humiliating score to the visiting Port Moody Panthers at Aldergrove Arena Wednesday night

After taking a 7-1 drubbing from the Richmond Sockeyes last weekend the Aldergrove Kodiaks dished out the same score to the visiting Port Moody Panthers at Aldergrove Arena Wednesday night, Sept. 24.

The Panthers were never in the game, failing to score in their seven power plays, even with a two-man advantage over the Kodiaks. Their only goal came early in the third period when the Panthers were down 6-0 when Derian White notched one against Kodiaks keeper Griffin Baillie seconds after their power play ended.

However, Kodiak Brandon Dolby closed the scoring that night at 13 minutes in the third for the final 7-1 score.

Kodiaks scored four times in the first period, and outshot the Panthers 24-3. Scorers were Eric Callegari from Jordan Funk and Evan Cusmano, Nolan Wallinger from Evan Cusmano, Aaron Markin (unassisted), and Jordan Funk from Eric Callegari on a power play.

Second period goals were both by Kodiaks Cameron Davitt, with the first unassisted and the second goal from Dryden Wust.

Kodiak Brandon Dolby’s third period goal was from Jacob Cronin and Dylan Geiger.

The Kodiaks outshot the Panthers every period for a final count of 55-19.

Game stars were Kodiak Jordan Funk for first, Kodiak Evan Cusmano for second and Panthers’ Derian White for third star.

HARRY HUNT PHOTO: Pacific Junior Hockey League president George Richards (at right) presented the league’s championship rings to the alumni of the 2013-14 Aldergrove Kodiaks team on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at Aldergrove Arena.

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