Langley Rivermen (white) faced off against the Chilliwack Chiefs (red) in BCHL action at the George Preston Recreation Centre in Langley Friday night (Photo by Kieran O’Connor/Black Press Media)

Rivermen fall to Chilliwack 4-2 in Langley

Chilliwack scored two in the third period to oust the Rivermen at home

Brett Willits scored the game winning goal for the Chilliwack Chiefs, beating the Langley Rivermen 4-2 in BCHL action at the George Preston Recreation Centre Friday night.

The Chiefs had four different skaters score on the night, including Alexander Marrocco, Jacob Slipec, Willits and Kevin Wall.

Devan Leduc and Ethan Leyh scored for the Langley Rivermen. Leduc recorded two points in the loss.

Mathieu Caron stopped 22 of 24 shots faced for the Chiefs, as Braedon Fleming stopped 19 of 23 shots faced in the frame.


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