The Vancouver Giants cancels the scoring for the moment.
Giants, who came on Friday night with eight goals in their last five games, went to Regino Pats, which they collected 10-4 at the Langley Events Center.
Renew Regina. They were 7-13-0-0 before they faced the Giants, and three of their victories were against Swift Current Broncos, who were also young and inexperienced in loading for last year's climbing.
Much of what happened in the game can be attributed to Vancouver, even though Giantsi were passing by and supported the ball on an offensive, and perhaps even full season. It seemed as though for the first time in several games that Giants played fast, something that should have been the Vancouver brand.
This is definitely a positive step with Saturday's (7:05 pm Spice 1200) on the road against Everett Silvertips. Vancouver (14-4-2-0) is the percentage of points before Everett (15-7-0-0) at the top of the WHL Western Conference.
Giants opened the season both home and home against Silvertips, with each game accumulating 3-1.
"When you're playing on your fingers and I think we're aggressive, play your best," said Giants coach Michael Dyck, who was very critical of his accusations last week after losing 1-0 to Prince George Cougars. "We've been thinking less and responding more. We just played.
"I think we might have a little shaken up the previous weekend, I thought we were on the heels, it was not that we did not work hard, we were hesitant, we just played tonight.
"We played quickly, it's the key to our game." "If you're playing Regina Pats or Everett Silvertips, we have to play fast." The puck has to work for us. "
Giants, who first won the 10-0 win over Lethbridge Hurricanes on January 24, 2014, scored in the first three minutes of Justin Sourdiff and Bowen Byramaj and left there.
The first period was especially fun. In the first extended holiday, a wedding proposal was presented on one of the three cartoon cartoon cartoons on the big screen as part of the game sponsored by Tim Horton.
On the ice there were also some remains for such inclined people.
Milos Roman had two goals and one help for the winners. Tristen Nielsen and Yannik Valenti had two goals, while Davis Koch has three assistants. Unique goals, in addition to Sourdif and Byramaj, also went to Dawson Holt and Jared Dmytriw.
"They are a young team and they are renewing," said Dyck for Pats. "They work hard and never leave. They made a move through the game. We wanted to put pressure on their defense as much as we could and we did it well.
"We are encouraged by the crime and power of the game that unites and contributes (with effort 3 for 8). Finally, we have discovered it and, when this happens, they come in clusters."