Wolves avenge huge loss to Glacier Kings

Comox Valley humbled after beating South leaders 9-1 in Courtenay

Brett Lervold had a goal and two helpers and seven different players scored as the Westshore Wolves downed Comox Valley 7-1 in Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League play at The Q Centre on Tuesday.

The Wolves, who play a rematch with the Victoria Cougars tonight in Esquimalt, never trailed against the Glacier Kings, holding period leads of 2-0 and 3-0.

The score was a complete turnaround of the previous Saturday’s contest in Courtenay. In that game, the Kings handed Westshore its worst loss  of the season, 9-1.

It was 1-1 after one, but Comox Valley erupted for seven goals in the second period.

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