The Beaver Valley Nitehawks won the KIJHL championship on Friday at the Beaver Valley Arena with a convincing 6-0 pounding of the Kamloops Storm in Game 6 of the best-of-seven series.

Beaver Valley Nitehawks win KIJHL title in convincing fashion

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks hammered the Kamloops Storm 6-0 on Friday to win the KIJHL title in Game 6 at the Beaver Valley Arena.

Dallas Calvin scored twice, including the winner, and Brett Clark stopped 30 shots to earn the shutout as the Beaver Valley Nitehawks dominated the Kamloops Storm in a 6-0 victory Friday at Beaver Valley Arena to win the KIJHL championship.

After Brock Balson was sent off for slashing, Calvin took a pass from Ryan Edwards and Jeremy Lucchini and scored 41 seconds into the game to give the Hawks a 1-0 lead, enough to beat the Storm in Game 6 of the final series.

Calvin would net another power play marker before the period was out, as the Hawks dominated the Storm in every facet of the game.

Dan Holland, Braden Fuller, Mitch Foyle, and Russell Mortlock would net the other B.V. goals while Ryan Edwards would chip in with three assists, as the Nitehawks fired 48 shots at the Kamloops net for the victory. After going down two games to one in the best-of-seven series, the Hawks won three games in a row, outscoring the Storm 19-6 to cruise to the league title.

Check Tuesday’s Trail Times for more on the KIJHL playoffs.

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