Revelstoke Grizzlies' overtime win against Sicamous Eagles pushes playoffs into game six
The Revelstoke Grizzlies are still in the game after a squeaker 4-1overtime win against the Sicamous Eagles Thursday night.
Sicamous' Connor Fynn was first on the board at 13:55 in the first frame, with an assist off of Brendan Devries. The Grizzlies tied things up at 2:09, but took the lead with two goals in the second frame, sandwiching another Sicamous marker, this time from Connor Buick, assisted by Brendon Wilde and Jagger Bowles.
Fynn put in the only goal of the third frame, pushing the contest into overtime where a power-play goal from Revelstoke's Michael Roberts gave his team the win, and pushed the playoffs into game six.
Fynn was named the game's third star; however, Sicamous netminder Kris Drott performed admirably, stopping 48 of the Grizzlies' 52 shots (compared to Sicamous' 33) on net. Sicamous managed 33 shots on net.
Playoff action returns to Sicamous tonight; game time is 7 a.m.