Rampage winless on eastern road trip

The Prince Rupert Rampage embarked on their annual eastern road-trip over the weekend, but failed to register a win.

The Prince Rupert Rampage embarked on their annual eastern road-trip over the weekend to Williams Lake and Quesnel, but failed to register a win.

The Rampage opened up against Williams Lake on Saturday night. The visitors went down 3-1 early and the score held until after two periods when the guys tried their best to muster a comeback, making it 4-4 halfway through the third period, but fell just short in the end, 6-4.

Game two on Sunday saw Prince Rupert fall again in an offensive slug-fest to Quesnel.

The game was close after one, but the Rampage lost their momentum after two periods and Quesnel opened up a 6-2 lead. The final score was 10-4 for the Kangaroos.

Although it was a lopsided score, the shots were even in the game, but the quality chances were in favour of Quesnel.

The Rampage are back in action on Dec. 4 in Terrace against the River Kings.


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