Seven straight for Kodiaks

The Aldergrove Kodiaks made it seven straight victories thanks to a 3-2 overtime win over the North Vancouver Wolf Pack.

Brandon Potomak notched the winner on an overtime power play on Saturday at the Harry Jerome Recreation Centre.

The Wolf Pack forced overtime after scoring twice in a three-minute span in the third period.

Aldergrove had led 2-0 with first period goals from Potomak and Ryan Procyshyn.

Mark Menicucci stopped 26 shots for the victory.

The Kodiaks also won 7-2 last Wednesday over the Mission Icebreakers with Thomas Hardy (two goals, one assist), Jordan Pughe (one goal, two assists) and Potomak (three assists) leading the way with a combined nine points.

Menicucci was also in goal for that victory, stopping 30 shots.

The Kodiaks (10-4-0-0) will go for their eighth straight win tonight (Tuesday) when they visit the Delta Ice Hawks (11-3-1-0) at the Ladner Leisure Centre. They also host the Richmond Sockeyes (14-0-0-0) on Wednesday (Nov. 9) at the Aldergrove Arena.

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