Prince Rupert Rampage win in overtime

Devon Palmer's goal with less than two minutes to play in overtime completed a Prince Rupert Rampage comeback and a 6-5 win.

Devon Palmer’s goal with less than two minutes to play in overtime completed a Prince Rupert Rampage comeback and a 6-5 win over the Kitimat Ice Demons in CIHL action on Saturday in Kitimat.

Rampage centre Kory Movold picked up a hat trick scoring his third goal with about three minutes to play in regulation to send the game into overtime.

Twice Movold had scored go-ahead goals in the second and third periods only to have the Ice Demons come back to take the lead in a see-saw affair.

The Rampage improved to w-6 on the season after the Ice Demons successfully appealed a forfeit for playing a suspended player..

AROUND THE LEAGUE

Perennial powerhouse Smithers Steelheads have fallen back to earth. The Steelheads dropped their fourth straight game over the weekend. The 2012-2013 CIHL champs were bounced 4-1 by the visiting Terrace River Kings on Saturday and then lost 7-6 in overtime on Sunday to the Quesnel Kangaroos. The Steelheads will now face the Rampage on Saturday at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre.

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