KURT LANGMANN PHOTO Aldergrove Kodiaks captain Matt Oliver scored against the Surrey Knights Thursday.

Aldergrove Kodiaks finally take a win

PJHL action sees Kodiaks down Surrey Knights 5-3

The Aldergrove Kodiaks finally put themselves on the win side of the ledger, with a 5-3 win over Surrey Knights, Thursday at North Surrey Rec Centre.

The Kodiaks outshot the Knights 21-5 in the first period but couldn’t find the back of the net as the Knights escaped the frame unscathed.

The Knights, which haven’t won a game in this season, were up 2-1 in the second period, before the Kodiaks buried the team under a flurry of third period goals.

Kodiak Clayton Schroeder scored the team’s only second period goal, unassisted.

This was followed by four more in a row, before the Knights finished the game with their last goal. Scoring for the Kodiaks were Evan Cusmano on a power play, Schroeder, Matt Oliver, and Schroeder for his hat trick, unassisted again.

Assists came from John Lee (2), Davin Padgham, Arjan Cheema, and Ty Pickering. Schroeder and Lee were the game’s first and third stars, respectively.

Th Kodiaks outshot the Knights 54-32 that night.

The result leaves the Kodiaks in third place in the Harold Brittain conference, with 12 points after 13 games (5-6-0-2).

The Kodiaks host the Port Moody Panthers on Wed., Oct. 25, 7:15 p.m. and travel to take on the division’s second place team, the Ridge Meadows Flames on Fri., Oct. 27. The Kodiaks then host the Mission City Outlaws on Wed., Nov. 1, 7:15 p.m. puck drop at Aldergrove Arena. The Kodiaks have two away games that week, Nov. 2 against the Richmond Sockeyes and Nov. 5 against the Grandview Steelers.

Just Posted

COLUMN: Technology gives me hope my father will walk again

Lokomat taught Michael Coss to walk again after brain injury – and you could help bring it to Surrey

Decision to opt out of Operation Red Nose made last spring, says Langley Gymnastics

ORN drivers in neighbouring communities will fill Langley/Surrey gaps as best they can

Curling competition cutting close ahead of BC Junior Curling Championships

Qualifiers for December’s championships come down to the decimal point

Theatre stuff from stolen trailer found strewn on Surrey roadside

‘It’s going to take a little while to go through it all and find out what’s ruined and what’s OK’

Golden time for Langley pair on the water

Langley women team up to win gold at rowing national championships in Burnaby

VIDEO: Two years in review with Cloverdale-Langley City MP

John Aldag sits down to talk about heritage, economics

‘I will now live in consistent fear’: Allan Schoenborn granted escorted leaves

The Merritt man was deemed not criminally responsible in the killing of his three children in 2008

Hammy the deer dodges conservation officers in Prince Rupert

The famous Prince Rupert hammock deer maintains his purple threads

‘No shirt, no service, no Canada’

Shirtless Tacoma man arrested after Canadian border officials say they found meth in rental vehicle

Nasty note on B.C. windshield sparks online outrage

Vernon’s Bailey McDonald is using a painful experience to start conversation about invisible illness

Delta-Richmond Operation Red Nose kicks off with call for volunteers

ORN uses volunteers to provide motorists who have been drinking a free ride home — in their own cars

Federal funding to combat guns, gangs and opioid crisis

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said illicit drugs are often main cause of guns, gangs violence

Riverview youth mental health centre proceeds

Replacement for Maples Treatment Centre first announced in March

Overnight lane closures at Highway 91 and 72nd Avenue

Left turn lanes off of the highway onto 72nd eastbound will be closed to install drainage culverts

Most Read