Stampeder forwards on the attack were a common sight on Saturday as Williams Lake trounced the Prince Rupert Rampage 10-3.

Rough road trip for Prince Rupert Rampage

The Prince Rupert Rampage will be glad to get home.

The Prince Rupert Rampage will be glad to get home.

After picking up a pair of bonus points following a CIHL decision to award the club a post-game win over the Kitimat Ice Demons for the illegal use of a suspended player, the Rampage were outscored 18-5 in a pair of weekend games versus the Williams Lake Stampeders, 10-3, and the Quesnel Kangaroos, 8-2.

On Sunday, two goals just 12 seconds apart early in the second period cemented what would become a Quesnel runaway as the Kangaroos jumped all  over the Rampage 8-2. Quesnel bounced out to a 3-0 lead in the first but goals by Levon Johnson at 3:00 and Justin Fulton at 3:12 of the second period chased Rampage netminder Colby Hagman, who allowed five goals on 16 shots.

The Rampage attempted to make the game interesting picking up a pair of powerplay goals  in the early stages of the third by Jeff Stromdahl and Marcus Atchison but the Kangaroos roared back with two more to put the finishing touches on an 8-2 victory.

Relief Rampage netminder Keano Wilson stopped 22 of 25 shots.

Official results of the Stampeder-Rampage game on Saturday were not made available.

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