Junior B Wolves aim to get back on track

Panthers here for a Wednesday night game at The Q Centre

After suffering back-to-back-back losses in Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League play, the Westshore Wolves will look to return to the win column tomorrow night (Dec. 16) at The Q Centre in Colwood.

The Wolves (15-12-0) take on the Peninsula Panthers starting at 7 p.m. Westshore then heads to Saanich this Friday and hosts Kerry Park on Dec. 23 before breaking for Christmas. They return to action Jan. 6.

Despite scoring three times in the third period Friday in Nanaimo, including unassisted markers from Tomba Huddlestan and Tyson Malloch, the Wolves couldn’t erase the Buccaneers early lead and dropped a 5-3 decision.

Kayden Peck also scored in the loss.

The night before in Esquimalt, Westshore sat tied 2-2 with the Victoria Cougars at the midway point, but gave up the next three goals in a 5-2 loss to the South Division leaders.

Nathan Gelsinger and Peck scored for the Wolves.

editor@goldstreamgazette.com

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