Kamloops (Josh Olund BCIT Radio A&E) – The Vancouver Giants have now lost three straight games following Tuesday’s loss to the Kamloops Blazers 2-1.Just like the Giants last game against the Blazers,the offence was hard to come by in this one.However, it’s not like there weren’t any chances early on.
The opening period hadn’t resulted in any goals scored, but the Giants outshot the Blazers11-2 in the first.In the second period, the Giants would finally break the stalemate and score the first goal of the game from Tanner Brown, which was his first of the season to make it 1-0 at 13:25 of the second.
However, the Giants lead wouldn’t last for long as the Blazers would score their first of the game 71 seconds later from a goal by Josh Pillar, tying the game at 1-1. Which is what it would stay at going into the third.
In the third period, the Blazers would capitalize on their powerplay and take a 2-1 lead from Josh Pillar’s second goal of the game at 7:38 of the third period. After that, the Giants were not able to solve Blazers’ goalie Dylan Garand once more as he shut the door for the remainder of the third period and end the contest with a 38 save performance.
With the loss, the Giants are getting further away from first place in the B.C. Division as they now sit six points back of the Kamloops Blazers.
With a record of (9-6-0) t place in the B.C. Division as they now sit six points back of the Kamloops Blazers. Witha record of (9-6-0), the Giants next game is against the Kelowna Rockets on Thursday, April, 29 at 7:00 PM in Kelowna.