Kodiak Kurt Klimek scored the first goal in 3-1 victory over North Vancouver Wolf Pack

Kodiaks take big bite out of Wolf Pack

Kodiaks lead the Pacific Junior Hockey League with the most points and wins, and fewest losses in 14 games: 22 points, 11 wins, three losses

The Aldergrove Kodiaks took another big win, with a 3-1 score over the North Vancouver Wolf Pack Oct. 26 at Aldergrove Arena.

The Kodiaks lead the Pacific Junior Hockey League with the most points and wins, and fewest losses in 14 games: 22 points, 11 wins and three losses.

The Wolf Pack put up a good, fast game, especially in the first period, but were unable to score until their power play early in the third period.

By that time the Kodiaks had already inflicted the damage, with a goal in the first period and two more in the second.

Kodiak Kurt Klimek scored late in the first period, an unassisted goal he snuck past Wolf Pack keeper Alex Forster from behind the net.

Kodiak Matt Oliver scored on a power play halfway through the second period, assisted by Quinncy Leroux and Eric Callegari, to put the Kodiaks up 2-0.

Kodiak Cameron Davitt scored one more in the final minute of the second period, assisted by Jacob De Waal, for a 3-0 lead.

Wolf Pack’s Jackson Tadey scored their only goal on a power play in the third. The Kodiaks successfully killed two other power plays in that period, as well as one in the first.

The Kodiaks outshot the Wolf Pack every period, for a 38-20 game lead in shots on goal. Kodiak keeper Dawson Rodin stopped 19 of the 20 shots on his net.

Game stars were all Kodiaks: Callegari first, Klimek second and Leroux third.

Next up for the Kodiaks is a road trip to Maple Ridge Friday, Oct. 28, to play the Ridge Meadows Flames.

The Kodiaks host Richmond Sockeyes Wednesday, Nov. 2, 7:15 p.m. and travel to Mission to play the Outlaws on Nov. 4, and the Granview Steelers in Burnaby on Nov. 6.

KURT LANGMANN PHOTO: Kodiak Matt Oliver scored the second in 3-1 victory over North Vancouver Wolf Pack, Oct. 26.

KURT LANGMANN PHOTO: Kodiak Cameron Davitt scored the third goal in 3-1 victory over North Vancouver Wolf Pack, Oct. 26.

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