Rivermen enter break on slide
The defeats dropped the junior A hockey club’s record in the month of December to a dismal 1-5-1-1.
Against the Kings, Langley allowed an early power-play goal and Powell River doubled the lead to 2-0 with 20 seconds left in the middle frame.
They iced the game with three third-period goals.
Facing Prince George, the teams traded goals in the first, with Evan Campbell and Austin Plevy striking for Langley, both times to erase one-goal deficits.
But Chase Golightly put Prince George ahead to stay with a goal midway through the second period.
Langley (12-19-1-1) sits 11 points back of the fourth and final playoff spot in the BCHL’s Coastal Conference.