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Bulldogs Host Kings to Close Out 2022

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs (11-15-2-1) host the Powell River Kings (10-16-1-2) tonight at the Alberni Valley Multiplex at 7:00 pm.  Tonight’s game features dozens of amazing prizes from local businesses to help ring in the new year in style.  The Grand Prize is a 2-night storm watching package from Black Rock Oceanfront Resort in Ucluelet.  Fans can enter to win at the arena tonight.  A very special thank you to all of the amazing local businesses who provided us with such amazing prizes.

The Bulldogs are coming off a dramatic 3-2 win over the Cowichan Valley Capitals in Duncan last night.  While the Bulldogs dominated much of the play, outshooting the Caps 45-22 on the night, they needed a pair of goals inside the final 3 minutes of the game to pull out the win and hand the Capitals their 10th straight loss.  AJ Vasko, Zeke Nicholson and Will Elger all scored in the win, while Hobie Hedquist was solid in goal for the Bulldogs stopping 20 of 22 shots on the night.

The Bulldogs power play is suddenly red-hot.  Entering action last night, it was 38% in the Bulldogs previous 10 games.  The power play picked up right where it left off before the Christmas break as it went 2 for 3 on the night and provided the equalizer for the Bulldogs late in the game.  After being near the bottom of the BCHL almost the entire first half of the season, the Bulldogs now sit 11th in the BCHL and are over 20% for the first time this season.  The penalty kill was also a perfect 3 for 3 on the night in Duncan.

Powell River is hot on the Bulldogs heels in the Coastal Conference standing, but are coming off back to back losses to the Victoria Grizzlies.  Last night at the Q Centre, the Grizzlies knocked off the Kings 4-1.  Powell River is led up front by Karter McFarland who has 24 points on the season.  Anthony Yu leads the Kings with 12 goals on the year.

The Kings played spoiler in the Bulldogs home opener as they escaped with a 5-4 win and the Bulldogs returned the favour with a 4-2 in in Powell River on October 15th.

The box office is open at the Multiplex all day, or you can purchase tickets by CLICKING HERE