Langley Knights outscore Mission City Outlaws for third straight win

The Langley Knights are back in a winning groove.

An 8-5 win over the Mission City Outlaws Saturday was the Knights’ third straight victory, and improves their record to 12-6-1-1, tops in the Pacific Junior Hockey League’s Harold Brittan Conference.

The Knights lead the conference in goals (106) and goal differential (plus 23).

They also have a comfortable seven point lead on the second place Abbotsford Pilots, who are 9-9-0-1.

The Knights return to action this Thursday, Nov. 20 when they host the Pilots at the George Preston Recreation Centre. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

Thursday’s game features a food drive benefiting the Langley Food Bank.

Fans who bring in a canned item or dried food item for the food bank will only pay a $5 admission.

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