Fernie ghostriders suffer a loss in game one of the finals

The Fernie Ghostriders lose 5-2 to the Beaver Valley Nitehawks with the nighthawks opening the scoring at 12:43 of the first period

The Fernie Ghostriders lose 5-2 to the Beaver Valley Nitehawks with the nighthawks opening the scoring at 12:43 of the first period by Chris Derochie from Craig Martin and Josh Peters. Then just over two minutes later Arie Postmus from the Nitehawks scored a power play goal from Derek Lashuk and Mason Spear. Shots where 14 to 10 in favour of the nitehawks at the end of the first period.

The nitehawks came out strong in the second period with three straight goals including a power play goal at 18:38 by Craig Martin from Chris Derochie and Ryan Edwards, an even strength goal by Craig Martin from Chris Derochie and Ryan Edwards and then an unassisted short handed goal by Mason Spear. Eleven seconds later Connor McLaughlin from The Fernie Ghostriders scored a power play goal from Ty Morton and Brendan Burge.

The third period saw only one goal at 19:21 – Stefen Seel from Brendan Burge and Connor McLaughlin with the Fernie Ghostriders outshooting the Nitehawks 34 to 33.

Next game Sunday at 8:30pm Fernie time and 7:30pm pst

 

for the box score go to http://www.fernieghostriders.com/leagues/hockey_boxscores.cfm?clientID=4615&leagueID=15854&gameID=1061628

 

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