Monday, February 10, 2014
Big second period leads to 6-5 win over the Outlaws
The Richmond Sockeyes were down 3-1 after the first period , but a huge second period would lead to Sockeyes skating out of the Minoru Arena with a 6-5 win over the Mission City Outlaws. Richmond would have 6 different goal scorers and Kootenay Alder added another notch on his win belt as the Sockeyes keep pace with the Aldergrove Kodiaks for first overall in the PJHL regular season standings.
John Wesley gets the Sockeyes on the board and ties the game 1-1.
Cole Plotnikoff scores for the Sockeyes to make it just a 3-2 Mission lead.
Liam Lawson scores for the Sockeyes
Dominic Centis almost lays out a big check, then the puck goes right back down the ice and Nicolas Patey ties it 4-4.
Dominic Centis give the Sockeyes their first lead of the game with a great top shelf goal.
Carson Rose scored this breakaway to make the score 6-4 Sockeyes. This would be the eventual game inner as the Sockeyes ended up winning 6-5.