BCIHL: Selkirk Saints pummel Spartans

Selkirk College managed two big road wins as the Saints hockey team blasted Trinity Western University Spartans.

Selkirk College managed two big road wins as the Saints hockey team blasted Trinity Western University  Spartans 6-1 and 8-2 in Langley on Friday and Saturday.

On Saturday, the teams fought through a close first period, with Saints goals from Trail native Logan Proulx and Markus McCrea before a power-play effort by Jamey Kreller made it 2-1.

But Selkirk blew things open in the middle frame, with Ryan Procyshyn, Jackson Garrett, and Thomas Hardy increasing the lead to four.

Connor McLaughlin then converted on a third period penalty shot to make it 6-1 before Cody Fidgett and Jared Seutter put the score into the stratosphere.

In the weekend opener on Friday night, Selkirk burst out to a 4-0 lead after 20 minutes and never looked back.

The Saints take on SFU at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Castlegar Rec Complex.

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