Terrace River Kings’ captain Steve Cullis is denied by Prince Rupert Rampage goaltender Devon Gerrits in the River Kings’ 3-0 win on Friday night. The Rampage sit five points back of the division-leading River Kings.

River Kings blank Rampage

The Prince Rupert Rampage were in action on Friday night in Terrace, but ultimately fell in their third road game in a row, 3-0.

The Prince Rupert Rampage were in action on Friday night in Terrace against the River Kings, but ultimately fell in their third road game in a row, 3-0.

Prince Rupert was offensively challenged on the night and the River Kings took their chances in a matchup of bitter rivals.

Terrace’s Steve Cullis and Josh Murray scored goals 13 minutes apart for the River Kings.

The Rampage pushed back, but couldn’t solve Terrace goalie Patrick Leal.

Terrace won the game 3-0.  With the ‘W’, the River Kings put themselves atop the Central Interior Hockey League’s (CIHL) West Division with 14 points.

Despite the loss, the Rampage are not far behind and sit in second place in the West, with a record of four wins, five losses, and one tie.

The Rampage will be back in action at home at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre against the Kitimat Ice Demons on Saturday, Dec. 12th.

 

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