Busy days ahead for Langley Jr. Thunder

The Langley Jr. Thunder are back on their home floor this Thursday, May 14 when they host the Burnaby Lakers in B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League action.

Game time at the Langley Events Centre is 8 p.m.

It will be the second game in two nights for the Jr. Thunder.  On Wednesday, they visit Coquitlam Sports Centre to take on the Adanacs at 7:30 p.m.

The Jr. Thunder then play Sunday, May 17 when they host the Victoria Shamrocks at the LEC, starting at 5 p.m., and next Tuesday, May 19 at Queen’s Park Arena where they will take on the host New Westminster Salmonbellies.

The Jr. Thunder sports a 1-2-1 record heading into this week’s games, after they lost 15-7 to the Shamrocks at Victoria’s Q Centre this past Saturday, May 9.

Offensively, Langley is led by Thomas Moffat with eight goals and 13 points in four games, and Dylan Lacroix, who also has eight markers to go with 12 points in four games.

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