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Coquitlam Express top BCHL’s Mainland Division

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The Coquitlam Express put a couple more checkmarks in the win column over the weekend after a road trip to the B.C. Interior.

The visiting team shutout the Trail Smoke Eaters 4-0 on Friday before dropping the Salmon Arm Silverbacks the next night in a nail-biting 4-3 decision.

Goalie Daniel Urbani received first-star honours on Friday, while Express forward Brady Shaw’s two goals and an assist earned him the award on Saturday.

Coquitlam will return home this weekend to take on the Prince George Spruce Kings on Saturday. For more information go to www.coquitlamexpress.ca.

 

CATS CAN'T COME BACK

The Port Moody Black Panthers’ woes continue after the team lost an 8-2 decision to the Mission Outlaws last -Saturday.

The team currently resides in the Pacific Junior Hockey League basement with a 2-8-0 record with the lowest goals for and the highest goals against in the league.

The Cats play the Aldergrove Kodiaks on Saturday in Port Moody.

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