Sunday, 30 October 2016

The Eddie Mountain Breakdown

The Riders lost 4-0 to the first place in their division Nite Hawks Saturday. The shots were pretty much even at 33-28 BV but the second period featured the Riders killing off 4 minors and a 5 minute major. That being said BV went 1-5 and Fernie was 0-4 on the PP so the problem continues to be not being able to finish off the good scoring chances they get. Tallon Kramer had his 3rd shutout for the Hawks.
That was BV's 8th win in a row

Creston lost 3-2 to the aforementioned Hawks Friday then took out their anger on the Nelson Leafs Saturday with a 7-1 whipping where they outshot em 2-1 then brawled em in the third. Read the game sheet here    Former Leaf  Pat Ostermann had the W in net but only had to stop 15 of 16, the 1 goal was a SH G by Ryan Piva.

Meanwhile the seemingly much improved Rockies who won 2-1 here in Fernie Friday got a point from Kimberley Saturday when they lost 3-2 in OT in Invermere Saturday. The Rockies were leading 2-0 half way through the third before Farmer and rookie Chase Miller scored to tie and in the OT keeping the Nitro's technically in 1st with 26 points along with Creston. You can see that game sheet here

The Golden Rockets remain in the basement but still play teams close losing 3-1 in Grand Forks Saturday after a 5-3 win in Spokane Friday Game Sheet here

In other news Osoyoos won 7-5 in Kelowna in a game that saw Twitter explode after a million PIM in the second period. The casualties are here

The Rebels won 11- 6 against Spokane, John Moller had 4 goals and 2 assists and Ed Lindsey 1G 4A Game sheet here 

The VP's will be having some interesting conversations today...

Saturday, 29 October 2016

The Eddie Mountain Breakdown

Rockies 2 @ Fernie 1

The Rockies star goalie Connor Mckay stopped 32 of 33 shots to give the Rockies a much needed win Friday night... but McKay didn't have to "steal" this game, he made some big stops but many of the shots weren't of the grade "A" variety.  The Riders taking a couple of penalties in the last 5 minutes while down 2-1 didn't help their cause much either. Kevin Pierce scored the lone Rider goal on the power play.

Last Night's game sheet

The shots were pretty much even at 34-33 CVR and the Riders #1 Brandon Butler was in net, but he only let in 2 so he gave his team a chance to win. The boys just couldn't generate enough grade A chances and allowed the Rockies to get as many shots. The previous games the Riders outshot CVR 2 to 1.

The Riders go  Beaver Valley  tonight (Sat Oct 29) where they will be throughly tested by the Hawks who just gave Creston their first regulation loss .

BV 3 @ Creston 2

Devin Nemes 1G 1A scored the game winner in the second period and BV's goalie  Tallon Kramer was the POG for the Hawks. The shots were 29 each and there were no power play goals and all the scoring was in the second. The Hawks led 2-0 then the Cats tied it before Nemes scored the GW.

Creston's #1 Brock Lefebvre was in net for the loss as well and Kyle Bergh scored both Cat goals.
Creston plays Nelson at home tonight.

Nelson 1 @ Kimberley 2

New Nitro star Matt Davies scored the game winner, his 7th goal and 11th point in 9 games for the Nitro's 5th win and 24th point tying Creston for 1st in the division. The Leafs outshot KD 34-28 and Devin Allen took the loss while Mitch Traichevich had the win in Kimberley's net

Golden 5 @ Spokane 3
The Rockets surprised Spokane with a 5-3 win Friday keeping pace with the Rockies for the last playoff spot. The Rockets went 3-7 on the PP and 5 different players scored, Andrew Dunn had 3 A and Owen Sikkes had the win in net. Golden is in Grand Forks tonight.

In other news... Sicamous with 5 PP goals got their 1st win of the year with an 8-7 home ice OT win over the Kamloops Storm when  Jaden Hay finished off his hat trick in the OT, the Eagles took 3 penalties in the 3rd and the Storm tied it but battled back in the OT

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Ghostrider Notebook

Friday’s Game
The Ghostriders will play the Columbia Valley Rockies Friday, this will the third time this year these two teams have played but only the first time they have played here in Fernie. On September 10th the Riders lost 3-1 in Invermere and on October 16th the Riders won 4-2.

The Columbia Valley Rockies have had a tough start, they have a 3-8-0 record and 2 OT losses, the last one was in Nelson last Saturday when they lost 3-2 to the Leafs. The Rockies star goalie Connor McKay has kept them in most games this year and was great in the two previous Rider games. The Rockies will play Kimberley Saturday at home in Invermere.

Last Weekend
The Ghostriders won both of their games last weekend are on a 5 game win streak and sit comfortably in third place in the division.

In the Spokane game the Riders scored 4 third period goals for a 5-0 win and a Brandon Youngson shutout. Keagan Kingwell, Mitch Titus, Alex Cheveldave, Ty Abbott and Justin Peers scored the goals.

On Saturday in Elkford Ryan Kennedy’s second goal was the game winner, Keagan Kingwell scored the other goal in the 3-2 win against Grand Forks. Brandon Butler had the win in net.

Ghostrider Notebook
Top scorer Mitch Titus had a goal and 2 assists against Spokane but was shutout in the Grand Forks game breaking his 10 game scoring streak.

After the weekend the Riders are now +9 in the goals for vs against category, have 15 PP goals,16 against, 3 shorthanded goals and their penalty kill is middle of the pack at a dead even 80%.

D-man Alex Cheveldave has a 6 game point streak going but is listed as day to day with an injury. Hope he gets well enough to play in BV Saturday.

D-man Keagan Kingwell had 2 goals and an assist last weekend and was named as the Tim Horton's Player of the Week, he is tied with Cheveldave with 8 points for the top scoring D.

Ty Abbott scored his first junior goal last week against Spokane, a little confidence should help him now.

With 2 goals vs the Bruins Ryan Kennedy with 9 goals in 13 games has the most  goals, Mitch Titus has 8,Tayler Sincennes 7 and Justin Peers 6.

The emerging Trevor Broad was the McDonald's Practice Player of the Week.

The Riders have 4 twenty year old’s thus have one open 96 spot if something comes up.

The Riders are in Beaver Valley Saturday to play the first place Hawks. This will be a great test for the Riders who have wins against the Murdoch Division's Rebels and Bruins... but they are not the perennial first place Hawks who won that division last year.  
The Hawks game was a scheduled radio broadcast but was cancelled last week, you can watch the Hawks with a couple of pretty good and sometimes hilarious play by play guys on the webcast on the main KIJHL site

Rec Director Lloyd Smith was out retrieving pucks and helping with the nets before the Rider game,he just jumped up a few rungs in the humble and respect ladder in my eyes. I can think of  more than one director who wouldn't be caught dead  on the ice doing manual labour.

Monday, 24 October 2016

Round the Division

Around the Division

The first place Creston Thunder Cats have 24 points and a 11-0-1-1 record to go along with their 65 goals scored but oddly enough they have had problems with the last place 3-11 Golden Rockets who have scored less than half (23) the amount of goals. Creston only won 2-1 at home 3-2 in Golden last weekend. A squared + B squared don’t always = C squared… like I ever done algebra before. Creston will play Beaver Valley Friday then play Nelson Saturday.

Creston and Fernie are both on a 5 game win streak and Kimberley is on a 4 gamer. The Nitro’s who are in second with 22 points helped out last Friday when they engaged the Border Bruins in the always amusing multiple fights at the same stoppage of play in their 9-3 home ice win in Kimbo… and both coaches and a couple of players were suspended, so Bruins Head Coach Emery Olauson was not on the bench in Elkford for the 3-2 loss. Kimberley plays Nelson Friday then go to Invermere on Saturday. The Bruins were short 3 players in total due to suspensions last Saturday but get em back this weekend. Will they be wearing these hats 

The Columbia Valley Rockies have had a tough start and have a 3-8-0 record with 2 OT losses, the last one was in Nelson last Saturday when they lost 3-2 in OT. The Rockies play here in Fernie Friday night then host Kimberley Saturday.

And finally, Golden with their 3-11 record are only 2 points behind the Rockies for the final playoff spot. They play in Spokane Friday and in Grand Forks who went from first to third in the last couple of weeks and will be angry, on Saturday.

The Riders are in Beaver Valley to play the first place Hawks Saturday, and it’s not a scheduled radio broadcast game… the game in Elkford was a scheduled game but there was no phone line in Elkford so we had no broadcast.

Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Last games and Ghostrider Notebook

Friday’s Game
The Spokane Braves are in Fernie Friday night and they will be hungry for a win after losing 7-2 to Kimberley and 4-1 in Nelson last weekend. The Braves are only 4-10 but they have some firepower, their top two scorers are two Spokane locals, Paxton Malone and Mason Jones, and they lead all KIJHL scorers with 23 points each. 
The Riders played in Spokane on October 7th and the Braves defeated the Ghostriders by a 5-4 score despite being outshot 53-30. 

Saturday's Game
The Riders play Emery Olauson and his Grand Forks Border Bruins Saturday night in Elkford, they are one of the top scoring teams in the league and play in the always tough Neil Murdoch Division. The Bruins on a 3 game losing streak will get softened up even more in Kimberley Friday night.

The Ghostriders played in Grand Forks on October 8th and won 4-3 when Aidan Wilson scored in double overtime for the win.

Last Weekend
The Ghostriders are on a 3 game win streak and won both games last weekend. They beat Golden 7-0 and defeated the Rockies 4-2 on the road in Invermere.

Tayler Sincennes with 3 goals and an assist in the 7-0 win over Golden was named as the Tim Horton's Player of the Week.  Ryan Kennedy pitched in with a goal and 2 assists, Evan Traverse, Joey Stensland and Ty Carron scored the other goals and Brandon Butler had the shutout, his second in a row vs Golden.

On Saturday in Invermere Justin Peers scored 2 goals and Mitch Titus scored 2 power play goals for a 4-2 win. Brandon Butler got the win in net his 6th of the season.

Ghostrider Notebook
Kevin Pierce and Evan Traverse will finish their suspensions from the Golden game Friday night and will be able to play on Saturday in Elkford. They were suspended 2 games each along with 2 Rockets and both coaches (1game each) because of multiple fights at the same stoppage of play. The league doesn't like two or more fights at the same time... cause the fans don't know which one to watch ? The fights started after Pierce was hit from behind by the frustrated Rockets who were getting schooled in every part of the game.  The referee called 3 fights and Trevor Broad was the first fight so he wasn’t suspended… another ref may have just given ruffing or chocolates to the other participants and no suspensions, but that’s the way it goes.

The Rider game wasn’t the only penalty filled game, Summerland and Revelstoke also duked it out (check out the 2nd period here) and a few other teams also had their share of PIM’s as well, all in all 16 suspensions were issued after last weekend’s games… you couldn’t tell here in Fernie with all the rain, but it was a full moon, at least according to the bloodstains, I mean calendar.

Both James Ouimet and former Rider D-man Jake MacLachlan ran the bench in Invermere and got the big win taking the Riders just above .500 with 13 of a possible 24 points.

 After last weekend Mitch Titus led the Riders in scoring with 15 points, he has had at least 1 point in all but two games this season and was on a 9 game point streak. Mitch Titus, Ryan Kennedy and Justin Peers each had 7 goals after last weekend. 

Rider C & D Alex Cheveldave quietly has a 4 game point streak going along with a decent 61 PIM. 

Rookie Mike Dyck had 3 assists in Invermere and isn't Mr Lagace a solid contender.

Ty Abbot was the McDonald's Practice Player of the Week, coach Mohr says Abbot is a player to watch as he gets used to the league.
The boys play Columbia Valley here in Fernie next Friday 

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Saturday's Game in Invermere

Riders win but lose as well

The Riders led 1-0 at the end of the first 5-0 at the end of the second and blasted the Rockets 7-0.

Tayler Sincennes scored 3 goals and added an assist while Ryan Kennedy chipped in with a goal and 2 assists. Brandon Butler stopped 17 for the shutout. Rocket star goalie Owen Sikkes was Sikked out of the net at the end of the second so the Riders scored two on Grobowsky.

The boys made some great passes on a few of the goals Sincennes, Lagace, Siebel, come to mind in that department. They also kept to their game plan and helped Butler get his shutout, unlike in the Castlegar game a few weeks ago.

The frustrated Rocket's Ethan Brock hit Evan Traverse from behind in the third that saw Nolan Lagace,Trevor Broad and  Kevin Pierce all get charged with fighting although most of it was wrestling. That will mean Broad and Pierce along with 2 Rockets and both coaches will get suspended ...if the fights were listed in the correct order, or if the referee changes his mind on a couple of the fights and they end up as ruffing calls.

After that Rocket Carter Vouri got his 36th PIM but got away with out what would have been his second suspension when he elbowed Derek Green in the head, and was only given  2 minutes instead of 5 prompting a few words to Rocket coach Jason Stephens  about controlling his players from the Riders bench.

We will see later today what the suspensions will be but the KIJHL doesn't show the coach suspensions for some reason (the backlash ?) anyway here is the game sheet , but it could get changed and possibly they will just suspend one coach... but I doubt it.

With the shutout, his second in a row vs Golden

In other news Kimberley rolled over Spokane 7-2 and Creston pounded the Rockies 7-0

Summerland beat Princeton 7-2 with this call that you don't see very often anymore
Summerland Steam at 17:00 - Morey Babakaiff for Staged Fight (10 Min.)
Princeton Posse at 17:00 - Nicholas Graham for Game Misconduct (10 Min.)
Princeton Posse at 17:00 - Nicholas Graham for Staged Fight (10 Min.)

Kootenay Conference: Eddie Mountain Division
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Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Ghostrider Notebook

Friday’s Game

The Ghostriders play the Golden Rockets right here in Fernie this Friday, this is the second time these two teams have played each other. The Riders Brandon Butler shut the Rockets out 2-0 in Golden  September 30th. 

The Rockets have Sikked out a few teams.
Golden has been one of the better defensive teams and have    allowed just 29 goals... but they have had problems scoring and have  only scored 19. Credit Rockets goalie Owen Sikkes for a lot of that...he always gives them a chance to win. For the record The Ghostriders have scored 31 goals but have allowed 37. The biggest difference, Golden has played 7 home games... the Riders 2.

The Rockets lost 4-3 to the Rockies last Friday then 2-1 against the first place Thunder Cats in Creston despite the fact they were outshot 41-21. When the Riders won in Golden they also outshot the Rockets 37-14 but could only score two goals as well. 

The Ghostriders played two games last weekend they lost 5-4 in Spokane then won 4-3 in double OT vs Grand Forks. The Riders gave up three third period goals in the loss. If there was a bright spot it was that the Riders outshot Spokane 53-30. Brandon Youngson was in net in Spokane.

In Grand Forks Aidan Wilson scored the OT game winner after the Bruins tied the game with less than a second on the clock. Brandon Butler stoped 41for the big win giving the Riders a 3-4-0-1 road record.

On Saturday the Riders play in Columbia Valley for the second time this year. Fernie lost 3-1 in Invermere Sept 10th.
The Rockies stunned Kimberley last weekend beating them 3-2 despite being outshot 50-20 thanks to game star Connor McKay in net.

Ghostrider Notebook
Ryan Kennedy  had 5 goals and 2 assists in his last 3 games including 2 shorthanded goals in Spokane and is now closing in on top scorer  Mitch Titus with11 points in 10 games and a 7 game point streak going on.

Evan Traverse scored his first goal in Grand Forks.

Justin Garcia (2000) has decided to play midget this year and has left the team.

Coach Mohr says Trevor Broad had a good weekend and has been playing well lately.

Coach Mohr also says his special teams guys are starting to get it together and had a good run in the Forks stopping the top scoring team 10 of 12 times on the penalty kill while going 2-8 on the PP themselves.

D Tristan Downe was injured in the pre-season but is recovering right on schedule and is a possibility this weekend but more likely for next weekend. 

Some real good news now... Former D-man Jake MacLachlan collapsed while running in a race in the summer but is back on his feet again and is helping out as an assistant coach for the rest of the season.

Some other teams were hootin and hollerin on Twitter about the annoying 1 minute time outs every period instituted by the KIJHL... not just me here  in my distasteful chimp joke post from last week. But those who have been  reading these rantings for any length of time weren't at all surprised by the sarcasm...the other writers hope to get somewhere so they use the so called kid gloves when talking about the league. But unfortunately, I'm already exactly where I want to be... and hope for no advancement.

The Riders play Spokane here in Fernie next Friday then play Grand Forks in Elkford next Saturday. See you at the zoo I mean rink.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Referee Clinics

Elk Valley Minor Hockey will be hosting two Referee’s clinics Saturday October 15th at the Elkford Arena, and Saturday November 12th at the Sparwood Rec Center.
To register, you MUST go to and sign up prior to the clinic date. You’ll need a pencil, pen and paper to participate. Please bring a lunch, skates, a helmet (without a cage) and if possible a whistle. Minor Hockey is willing to reimburse the cost of the clinic. Good way for anyone 12 years and older to earn money and get some exercise. Exceptional opportunities for female officials. No experience needed, just a love of Hockey. For more information go to
Contact Dwight Kerkhoven @ 250-425-2234 (H), 250-910-1197 (C) either or

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Ghostrider Notebook

Ghostrider Notebook

The Ghostriders play in Spokane Friday night and in Grand Forks Saturday. Spokane is in last place in their division but they have the top two KIJHL scorers in the lineup and Grand Forks is in first place in that same division and as of Wednesday AM had scored the most goals in the KI. Both games are Drive 99.1 radio broadcast games at 8:00 Fernie time.

The Riders Brandon Butler (photo) finished September off with a 2-0 shutout on the road in Golden. Ty Carron (PP) and Mitch Titus scored the goals and the Riders road record is now 2 wins 3 losses and 1 overtime loss good for 5 of a possible 12 points, well almost 500.

 The Ghostriders played just their second home game of the young season last Saturday and had a 7-3 win over the Castlegar Rebels.

Ryan Kennedy had 2 goals and 2 assists, the 19 year old from Calgary had 14 points in his rookie year and has 3 goals and 3 assists in 6 games so far this year. Tayler Sincennes scored a pair as well and had an assist. Riley Siebel and D man Ben Shushkovsky scored their first Jr goals last week. Brandon Butler had the win in net again Saturday.

The nicest goal… Nolan Lagace’s goal after receiving a great pass from Aidan Wilson in the third vs the Rebels.

 The Rider special teams were better last weekend in Golden they went 1-4 on the PP and killed 3 and on Saturday, they scored 2 PP goals and 1 shorthanded goal (Sincennes) and killed 6 penalties.

Mack Differenz has left the team, he had an opportunity to take an electrical apprenticeship and he took it. All the best to Mack.

The Riders Boson Pizza Player of the Month was Mitch Titus, Mitch had 4 goals and 5 assists in 7 games. Ryan Kennedy was the Tim Horton’s Player of the Week and Brandon Butler was the McDonald’s Practice Player of the Week.

Rider Athletic Therapist Kayla Neufeld got married last weekend. We wish Kayla and Justin a long and happy life together.

Every season the players go golfing and play for the Panger Cup. Here is a photo of the winners.

The Ghostriders are participating in the Reach a Reader program. 
Reach a Reader Letter to Coach Mohr

Hi Craig

Things are coming together for the annual Reach a Reader campaign.  The Ghostriders are a huge asset to this campaign and I am excited to have their involvement once again.

This Thursday, October 6, there will be 3 locations for the event and a “team leader” at each location. Can the volunteers please be at their location from 3pm-5pm ready to “reach a reader”?  The locations and team leaders are as follows;

Sparwood Mall -out front Overwaitea (4 volunteers please)- team leader = Chrisy Hill
Fernie Ann’s Independent Grocer (5-6 volunteers please)- team leader = TBA
Fernie Save-on-More Foods (5-6 volunteers please) – team leader = Ashley Retford

Thank you for your support

Chrisy Hill
Community Literacy Coordinator
Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy – Elk Valley
p. 250-946-7257

A Q&A With a Fan in the Beer Section

A Q & A with a fan in the beer section

Fan- Hey the boys are really rifling em in tonight eh.
Me- Thinking, sounds like you've rifled in a few tonight as well. 
Me-Out loud, oh yeah they’re havin one of their better games for sure.

Fan- Hey what does a chimpanzee and a hockey game have in common ? 
Me- I don’t know.
Fan- The face offs… 
Me- What? 
Fan- A few years ago a lady had her face rip…
Me- Interrupting, yes I remember the story. But why are you telling me that now.

Fan- Well there’s nothing going on now, the players are at their benches and the refs are kinda lookin at their watches.
Me- It’s a 1 minute TV Timeout
Fan-TV ?
Me- Yes the games are broadcast on the internet.
Fan- Well I’ll be god dam…
Me- Interrupting again, lots of parents from both teams watch the games and we're trying to sell ads on the broadcasts and live at the rink as well.

Fan- But there is nothing going on now so why stop the game.
Me- Well someday were going to have ads to tell you about.
Fan- So why not wait till you do.
Me - Well we were gonna do that but now the refs stop the game.
Fan- Loudly-- The Refs ! Why those sons of…Then starts chanting drop the puck, drop the puck.
Me- interrupting again, It’s not the refs fault they were told to do that.

Fan- What ? The refs stop the play every minute or so anyway then endlessly debate the calls after every skirmish, so can't they do the ads then?
Me- Well there was a meeting last June and it was decided to do this but everyone seemed to have forgotten about it.
Fan- Forgot about what?
Me- The time out.
Fan -Oh so you had something to do with this eh.
Me- Well it was voted on by…hey you guys are suppose to drink that stuff…
Me running now…Did I ever tell you about the lady who was teachin her chimp to play hockey.

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Round the League

Round the League, from a Fernie perspective.

The Riders got two wins last weekend 2-0 in Golden and 7-3 vs Castlegar but at the same time Kimberley, who are on a 6 game win streak, defeated Creston 4-3 in OT and with12 points are just 1 behind the Cats with 13. The Riders have 7 points and are 1 up on Golden and 4 up on the Rockies who are on a 5 game losing streak as we speak.

When the Riders were playing Golden last Friday the Rocket Twitter said that they had sent three players home with mono in the last 48 hours. This happens once in a while in junior hockey so the Rider coaches and trainers (and all the other teams coaches and players) will have to keep a close eye on the boys in the next few weeks.

In the Murdoch Division the Grand Forks Border Bruins are in first place so when the Riders play there on Saturday after roadie in Spokane they will have their hands full. As usual Beaver Valley is right up at the top as well just 1 point behind the Bruins.

In the West.
After a bit of slow start Duner and his 100 Mile House Wranglers (who won everything last season) are back on top followed closely by the Chase Heat.

Osoyoos is always a top team and this year is no different, they are 6-0 and are  tied with Summerland for first, but have 2 games in hand.

After a 0-8 start where they were out scored 46-8  the Sicamous Eagles Head Coach Ty Davidson is no longer with the team. Rider fans will remember Davidson for all his years in Golden. We haven’t heard if it was mutual or he was relieved... but the numbers are ominous.    

Saturday, 1 October 2016

Riders win 7-3 vs Rebels

The Riders got a 7-3 win at home against the Castlegar Rebels on Saturday night.

Led by Ryan Kennedy with 2 goals and 2 assists the  Riders had period leads of 2-0 and 6-0 before surrendering three in the third spoiling Brandon Butler's shutout.

Tayler Sincereness finished with 2 goals and 1 assist  and Riley Sibel had a goal and 2 assists.

Easily the best goal of the night was on  Aidan Wilson's great pass to Nolan Lagace who was in front of the net in the third... eye candy...

The Rebels had goals from Moeller, Bitoni and the flashiest player on the ice Logan Styler (96).

Shots 39-35 FGR and the Rebels went 0-6 on the PP while the Riders were 2-4.

Brandon Butler had to be good for the win as the Rebels had some chances. In the third it looked like the boys wanted some more points and they surrendered 3 G against. Practice...

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GAME DATEOct. 1, 2016
LOCATIONFernie Memorial Arena 
REFEREE 1Jared McMillan
LINESMAN 1Ross Parker
LINESMAN 2Wayne Hemminger
SCOREKEEPERMurray Brockmeyer
Fernie Ghostriders
Ryan Kennedy
Castlegar Rebels
Brandon Costa
Fernie Ghostriders at 11:41 Ryan Kennedy from Ben Shushkovsky andKyle Haugo1-0 FG
Fernie Ghostriders at 0:54 Tayler Sincennes from Riley Siebel2-0 FG
Fernie Ghostriders at 15:28 Riley Siebel from Tayler Sincennes and Ryan Kennedy3-0 FG
Fernie Ghostriders at 12:07 (PP) Ben Shushkovsky from Justin Peers andMitch Titus4-0 FG
Fernie Ghostriders at 7:59 Ryan Kennedy from Keagan Kingwell and Riley Siebel5-0 FG
Fernie Ghostriders at 1:58 (SH) Tayler Sincennes from Keagan Kingwelland Ryan Kennedy6-0 FG
Fernie Ghostriders at 18:52 (PP) Nolan Lagace from Aidan Wilson andJoey Stensland7-0 FG
Castlegar Rebels at 14:56 Logan Styler from Kirkland Spencer7-1 FG
Castlegar Rebels at 8:34 Vince Bitonti from Everett Hicks7-2 FG
Castlegar Rebels at 3:12 John Moeller from Logan Styler and Daneel Lategan7-3 FG
Fernie Ghostriders at 10:18 - Nolan Lagace for Boarding (2 Min.)
Castlegar Rebels at 10:01 - Vince Bitonti for Holding (2 Min.)
Fernie Ghostriders at 4:13 - Kevin Pierce for Kneeing (2 Min.)
Castlegar Rebels at 13:35 - Ian MacKay for Hooking (2 Min.)
Castlegar Rebels at 2:35 - Dallas Goodwin for Misconduct (10 Min.)
Fernie Ghostriders at 2:35 - Mack Differenz for Misconduct (10 Min.)
Fernie Ghostriders at 2:35 - Kyle Haugo for Roughing (2 Min.)
Castlegar Rebels at 0:50 - Team Penalty for Too many men on the ice (2 Min.)
Fernie Ghostriders at 18:07 - Kevin Pierce for Roughing (2 Min.)
Castlegar Rebels at 5:45 - Jacob Boston for Misconduct (10 Min.)
Fernie Ghostriders at 5:45 - Justin Peers for Misconduct (10 Min.)
Fernie Ghostriders at 5:45 - Evan Traverse for Tripping (2 Min.)
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