GIANTS GRAB SOLE POSSESSION OF FIRST WITH A 5-1 WIN IN SEATTLE

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Photos by: Brian Liesse

With two games remaining in their 2018-19 regular season, the Vancouver Giants now sit alone atop the Western Conference standings.

Tuesday night in Kent, WA the Vancouver Giants defeated the Seattle Thunderbirds by a 5-1 score. Lukas Svejkovsky scored twice while Davis Koch registered three assists.

Goals also came courtesy of Justin Sourdif, Alex Kannok Leipert and Dylan Plouffe. Between the pipes David Tendeck made 38 saves for Vancouver.  Henrik Rybinski had Seattle’s lone tally while the tandem of Roddy Ross and Cole Schwebius combined for 19 saves.

The win for the Giants coupled with Everett’s 4-1 loss in Portland gives the Giants sole possession of first place with two games remaining.

 

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