The Beaver Valley Nitehawks Taylor Stafford set up the overtime winning goal in a 5-4 victory over the Fernie Ghostriders on Saturday in Fernie.

Beaver Valley Nitehawks comeback for win over Castlegar

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks remained unbeaten in December after a come from behind 5-3 win over the Castlegar Rebels on Friday.

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks came back from a 3-1 second period deficit to defeat the Castlegar Rebels 5-3 on Friday in Castlegar.

The Hawks power play was firing on all cylinders as the Hawks scored four times including Taylor Stafford’s winner with 6:28 remaining in the third period to notch their seventh win in a row.

Stafford took a pass through the slot from Brayden Horcoff and beat Castlegar goalie Patrick Zubick to give the Hawks their 20th victory of the season.

The Hawks trailed 2-0 in the first despite outshooting the Rebels 16-10. Yannis Soukis and Ryan Rosich gave the Rebels a two-goal lead, until B.V. defenceman Lyle Frank replied at 11:46 of the second period on the power play to make it 2-1. Cal Owens restored the two goal lead for Castlegar, but Horcoff would make it 3-2 before the period was out.

Tyler Hartman would tie it midway through the third with assists to Stafford and Ross Armour, before Stafford put the Hawks up for good. Spencer McLean added an empty netter as the Hawks outshot the Rebels 39-28 and went 4-for-8 on the power play while Castlegar went 2-for-7.

Owens and Horcoff were named players of the game for Castlegar and B.V. respectively.

The Nitehawks next games go Dec. 29 and Dec. 30 against Castlegar and Nelson. The Hawks are offering a special, $10 for a ticket to see both the games against the Rebels and the Leafs, with the Scotia Bank 50-50 draw going on Dec. 30.

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