Rampage lose big in Terrace

Saturday, Nov. 25, 9-1 loss drops Prince Rupert’s CIHL hockey team to 3-2-1-2 on the season

The Prince Rupert Rampage were dominated over the weekend in Terrace losing 9-1 to the River Kings on Saturday, Nov. 25.

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The Rampage, who came into the matchup having won two games straight, were looking to continue the momentum they had built after beating the River Kings 9-6 on Nov. 4 and the Kitimat Ice Demons 3-2 on Nov.18.

Saturday’s game started close with the River Kings leading by only one at the end of the first period, and by three at the end of the second. However, a flurry of goals in the first half of the third period put the game out of reach for the Rampage. Allan Kelm scored the Rampage’s lone goal in the third period off of an assist from Cole Atchison.

The Rampage (3-2-1-2) will hit the road for their next two games, a back-to-back set against Quesnel and Williams lake on Dec. 2 and 3 before returning to the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre for a home game against Kitimat on Dec. 9.



matthew.allen@thenorthernview.com

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