Sicamous Eagles shut out Revelstoke Grizzlies 6-0

Revelstoke Grizzlies fail to gain any ground versus the Sicamous Eagles.

KIJHL Doug Birks Division cellar dwellers the Revelstoke Grizzlies didn’t gain any ground over the weekend when they took on hosts the Sicamous Eagles.

In fact, the Grizzlies gained nothing, shut out by the Eagles with a 6-0 deficit.

First on the board was Colin Blake with a power-play conversion at 14:25 in the first period. He was assisted by Nicholas Astasiewicz and Devin Gerun.

In the second period, goals were added by Riley Jepson, (assisted by Gerun), Astasiewicz (Blake and Gerun), and Stephen Hawco (Derek Miskiman and Jayce Davis).

Hawco added his second goal of the game in the third period, assisted by Nathan Grieve and Miskiman, and Blake potted the evening’s final marker, assisted by Darien Head and Astasiewicz.

On Wednesday, Nov. 27, the Eagles hosted the North Okanagan Knights, and wound up on the losing end of a 4-2 decision.

Blake put in one of the two goals midway through the second frame, assisted by Astasiewicz, while Owen Rowsell chipped in the other goal on a power play in the third period, with assists by Jepson and Brady Crabtree.

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