The Vancouver Giants winning streak has now reached five straight. Friday night in front of over 3100 strong at the Langley Events Centre, the Vancouver Giants (12-7-1-0) secured a 3-1 victory over the Kamloops Blazers (17-3-0-0). Jesper Vikman stopped 39 Kamloops shots en route to a first star performance while Zack Ostapchuk, Ethan Semeniuk and Payton Mount supplied the goals for Vancouver.

The lone Kamloops goal came from Ethan Brandwood late in the third period. It marked the first win of the season for the G-Men against Kamloops and their sixth win on home ice.

With the win the Vancouver Giants now have 25 points on the season, and are three points clear of the Kelowna Rockets for fourth in the Western Conference and second place in the B.C. Division.Fabian Lysell extended his point streak to five straight games thank to an assist on the empty-net goal. He now has four goals and five assists for nine points in the span of that streak.

The Giants improved their home ice record to 6-4 thanks to Friday’s victory.