Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw

Victoria Cougars visited the Westshore Wolves game started out fairly quickly at the Q Centre with Westshore scoring the opening goal at 6:14 of the first period by Tyler Stinchcombe .

 Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw
Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw

In the second, Victoria tied it up scoring at 2:59 from Jude Wessel with the assists going to Bryce Irwin and Foster Martin.Westshore came back lesson 10 minutes later with Cole Moffats goal to regain the lead however, Cougars struck quickly and when Booker Chacalias got the tying goal with the helpers going to Mateo Albinati and Cameron LeSergeant.

 Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw
Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw

The third period of this back and fourth game saw the Cougars come out with more energy and at 8:47 on the power play Tyler Vanuden scored of the go-ahead goal from Spencer Golden and Cameron Lesergeant ,that was Cameron second assist of the game.

 Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw
Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw

The Cougars would go on to get two more coming from Bryce Irwin and Booker Chacalias.

The Wolves goaltender Jordan Spandli made 23 saves in the loss and Victoria Cougars goalie Owen Sikkes claims the win for the Cougars making  24 saves out of 26 shots

Owen Sikkes  Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw
Owen Sikkes Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw

Westshore was 0-6 on the power Play and Victoria was 2-5 on their PP chances, the win puts the Cougars up to 99 points with one game remaining in the season and the Westshore Wolves are sitting at 60 points with two games left in the season.

Owen Sikkes Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw
Owen Sikkes Photo by ISN photographer Corey Shaw