Red hot Cougars offence host Campbell River Storm

Campbell River Storm visit Victoria Cougars, Thursday night

Ryan Chan of the Victoria Cougars lurks in front of the net for a rebound when the Cougars trounced the Generals in the season opener Sept. 8

Averaging 6.5 goals in their first two wins, the Victoria Cougars play their third game of the junior-B season tonight (Sept. 15) against the Campbell River Storm.

Game time at the Archie Browning Sports Centre, located at 1151 Esquimalt Road, is 7:15 p.m.

It’s already the second meeting between the two teams as the Cougars downed the Storm 4-1 on Sept. 9 on goals from Ben Kinshella, Josh Wyatt, Sam Rice, and Steve Axford.

Goaltender Kiefer Giroux stopped 23 of 24 shots.

The Cougars blasted Oceanside Generals 9-0 in the season opener.

On Saturday the Cougars are in Cowichan against the Kerry Park Islanders.

 

 

 

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