The Cranbrook Bucks picked up a 6-3 win against the Warriors in West Kelowna on Saturday night, pushing their current win-streak to three games.
The night belonged to forward Noah Quinn, as he scored four goals and added an assist for a five-point effort.
Quinn now has six goals and seven assists for 13 points during an eight-game point-streak.
Leading-scorer Tyson Dyck picked up three assists in the game, giving him a goal and five assists during a three-game point-streak of his own.
Liam Hansson and Declan Ride each put up their second straight two-point game, while Luke Pfoh scored in his second consecutive contest.
Cam Kungle contributed an assist for a second straight night, and Nathan Airey made 26 saves on 29 shots for the win.
It was Cranbrook’s third straight win against West Kelowna, as the Bucks go 4-2-0 during their season series with the Warriors:
Six games (4-2-0)
- Oct. 15: vs West Kelowna (4-1 L)
- Oct. 16: vs West Kelowna (3-2 W)
- Nov. 5: @ West Kelowna (6-3 L)
- Nov. 27: @ West Kelowna (2-1 W)
- Jan. 23: @ West Kelowna (5-3 W)
- Feb. 19: @ West Kelowna (6-3 W)
Cranbrook is now three points back of the Warriors for fourth place in the Interior Conference.
The Bucks are back in action on Sunday afternoon when they wrap up their three-game road trip with a visit to the Penticton Vees.
Here are the highlights from last night’s win in West Kelowna, courtesy of Cranbrook’s YouTube channel.