3-2 win in Duncan
The Capitals opened the scoring 11:14 into the first period with a goal from Dimitri Mikrogiannakis. The Bulldogs tied it 6:14 into the second period on a goal from Josh Zary only to see a goal from Cruz Cote less than two minutes later put the Capitals back in the driver’s seat. The Bulldogs tied it at two with a goal from Ryan Doolin assisted by newcomer and member of the all name team Matt Grouchy. Tim Gould scored 1:24 into overtime with an assist to Grouchy to win it for the Bulldogs.
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6-4 loss to Chilliwack
The Bulldogs opened the scoring at home 27 seconds in on a goal from Doolin to send the stuffed animals flying. At 7:20 of the first period, the Chiefs tied it with a goal from Peter Reynolds. The Bulldogs took a 2-1 lead at 15:15 on a power play goal by Caige Sterzer. Chilliwack tied it at two at 17:05 of the second period with a shorthanded goal by Arlo Merritt. At 3:42 of the third, a goal from Nikita Nesterenko gave the Chiefs a 3-2 lead and just under four minutes later, Stephen Castagna for the Bulldogs tied it at three. Merritt scored again to put the Chiefs up 4-3 followed by a tying goal from Jacob Bosse 37 seconds later. At 18:34 of the final frame, Brody Gagno gave the Chiefs a 5-4 lead and an empty net goal from Brett Rylance 27 seconds later cemented the win for the Bulldogs.
1. Tim Gould
The University of Maine commit had a goal in the win in Duncan and an assist in the loss to Chilliwack.
2. Jackson Glassford
Glassford made 40 saves on 42 shots in the win against the Capitals.
3. Ryan Doolin
Doolin scored in the win versus Cowichan Valley and had a goal and two assists in the loss to Chilliwack.
The Bulldogs next game is on Friday in Wenatchee.