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Nanaimo Clippers Week 19 Preview

Friday – AWAY vs Coquitlam – 7pm
Saturday – AWAY vs Wenatchee – 7:05pm
Sunday – AWAY vs Surrey – 4pm

Radio: 106.9 the Wolf
Online: HockeyTV.com

The Clippers dropped their games to Victoria, Powell River, and Salmon Arm last week – falling just short in those contests.

On Tuesday Victoria broke a 3-3 tie late in the second period and went on to a 6-3 win.

Then on Saturday their game against the Kings was tied 3-3 into the third period before Powell River scored the game winner on the man advantage and won 5-3.

Sunday’s game versus Salmon Arm didn’t start well with Nanaimo getting down 3-0.

But a major comeback in the third period with the Clippers down 5-2 ended one goal shy.

Tristan Crozier and Parker Colley led the Clippers offense for the week.

Both had five points and scored a point in every game Nanaimo played.

This week the Clippers visit Coquitlam Friday, Wenatchee Saturday and Surrey on Sunday.

Nanaimo has a win over the Express, and a tie versus Wenatchee already this season.

Surrey is the only team in the BCHL that they haven’t faced.

Sunday’s game will open the season series, and the Clippers and Eagles will face off in the final game of the regular season at Frank Crane Arena.

Clippers stats as of Jan 15th

NANAIMO – 22-17-2-3

3rd in Island Division

HOME – 11-9-1-1
ROAD – 11-8-1-2

Last Game – 5-4 loss vs Salmon Arm – David Silye 2g

Streak – 3 losses

Top Scorer – Tristan Crozier – 45pts

Season series – 1-0 vs Coquitlam
Season series – 0-0-1 vs Wenatchee
Season series – 0-0 vs Surrey

OT Record – 4-3-2

GF – 143
GA – 134

PP – 3rd – 21.9%
PK – 11th – 80.8%

Jamie Collins – Clarkson
Brad Belisle – Bemidji State
Tristan Crozier – Brown
Max Crozier – Providence