Aldergrove Kodiaks' twins Scott McHaffie (at left) and Spencer McHaffie (#93) battle Mission City Outlaws Tristan Dundas and Nicholas Thompson for a shot at Outlaws goalie Jeffrey Veitch

Outlaws even series at one game apiece

Mission bounced back after a disappointing loss in game one, to win game two 3-1. The playoff series now shifts to Mission.

Mission Outlaws have bounced back from a lacklustre playoff performance in game one to win game two of its series against the Aldergrove Kodiaks.

The Outlaws defeated the Kodiaks 3-1 on Thursday night at the Aldergrove Arena.

The home team opened the scoring in the first period when Matt Oliver beat Mission net minder Bryce Phenix, but that was the only goal Phenix would allow on the night.

The Outlaws tied the game nine minutes later as David McGowan scored. The Mission squad got two more goals in the second, thanks to markers by Bryce Pisiak and Tristan Dundas.

Defence took over in the third to preserve the win.

The previous night, the Outlaws were completely outplayed, losing 5-1.

With the squads tied at one game apiece, the series now shifts to Mission for games three and four. The games take place Saturday, March 7 and Sunday, March 8 at 6:45 p.m. at the Mission Leisure Centre.

 

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