Beaver Valley Nitehawks continue November roll.

Beaver Valley Nitehawks continue November roll.

Nitehawks continue November roll

No question about Nitehawks' offence after Saturday night game with Spokane Braves.

If there were any questions regarding the depth of the Beaver Valley Nitehawks’ offence, they were answered emphatically Saturday night in Fruitvale.

All but four players on the 16-man roster, which included goaltender Josh Breznik and backup Tallon Kramer, collected points in the team’s 9-2 thrashing of the Spokane Braves.

After grabbing a 2-1 lead in the first period, Beaver Valley upped it to 4-1 after 20 minutes before exploding with five goals in nine minutes to start the third period.

Jaxen Gemmell had two goals and four points while Sam Swanson and Nolan Percival picked up three points apiece in the romp.

Percival, Bradley Ross, Blake Sidoni, Dylan Heppler, Kyle Hope, Karsten Jang and Dylan Kent added single markers for the Nitehawks

Breznik stopped 21 of 23 shots while his teammates pelted the Braves’ goal with 56 shots.

Last Thursday, Beaver Valley only needed one goal to chalk up a win over Grand Forks in Fruitvale.

Sidoni’s goal near the 15-minute mark of the first period would be all the Hawks needed as Kramer stopped all 24 shots in the 5-0 win.

Ross, Gemmell, Swanson and Hope added to the tally as the Nitehawks November dominance continued.

The team remains perfect this month and stretched its winning streak to 12 games, which included

The Nitehawks face a rematch with the Braves on Saturday in Spokane for their lone game next weekend.

The team closes out November with an East Kootenay trip to Golden and Columbia Valley.

Beaver Valley’s next home game won’t be until Dec. 3 when Spokane returns to the Hawks’ nest.

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