Wolves look to avenge VIJHL loss this week in Colwood

Saanich got the better of Westshore Junior B hockey team last week at Pearkes

The Westshore Wolves look to get back on the winning track Thursday night (Nov. 12) when they host the Saanich Braves in Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League play at The Q Centre.

The Braves got the better of the Wolves last Friday in Saanich, scoring three unanswered goals in the third period to win 6-3.

Cory Hatcher, Tyson Malloch and Branden Tangney scored for the Wolves, while Wesley Howerton had two for the Braves.

Westshore (11-8-0-1) also lost 5-4 in overtime at home last week to Kerry Park. Jacob Malloch’s second of the game for the Wolves made it 4-4 with 2:32 to go in the third. But the Islanders got the winner from Zack Smith 19 seconds into the second overtime period.

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