Sicamous Eagle Levi Harris races Revelstoke Grizzlies defenders for the puck during KIJHL action in Sicamous on Wednesday

Sicamous Eagles suffer double shutouts

Eagles grounded with back-to-back shutouts in away games.

One-hundred and fifty-two.

That’s the total number of shots on net received by the Sicamous Eagles in their past three games versus the Revelstoke Grizzlies, Summerland Steam and Osoyoos Coyotes. Of those shots, 16 resulted in goals.

This is in contrast to the 43 shots the Eagles got on their opponents – only one of which found the back of the net.

The single came during the Eagles’ Sept. 28 home-ice contest versus the Grizzlies, about midway in the second by Matthew Halkovic off Alex Astasiewicz.

During this match, Eagles netminder Max Gaudet intercepted a total of 62 out of 67 shots, with the Grizzlies earning a 5-1 win.

The Sept. 30 contest away game versus Summerland saw the Eagles swept back into the bus on the losing end of a 7-0 tally.

Gaudet shared goaltending duties with Kolby Pauwels, who took on the brunt of the work, stopping 21 out of 25 shots on net. Pauwels was named the game’s second star.

Gaudet was named the second star following the Eagles’ Oct. 1 game against the Coyotes at the Osoyoos Bowl. The home team dominated with an 8-1 victory. Gaudet stopped 40 of the Coyotes’ 45 attempts.

 

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