Matthew Serratore was one of six Penticton Vees who lit the light in a 6-2 win Saturday versus the Alberni Valley Bulldogs.

Vees hammer hapless Bulldogs 6-2

Six different scorers lit the lamp Saturday as Penticton hammered Alberni Valley in BCHL action

Six different Penticton Vees found the back of the net Saturday night in a 6-2 drubbing of the visiting Alberni Valley Bulldogs in BCHL action at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

The Bulldogs, still looking for their second win of the season, opened the scoring just seven minutes in, before the Vees poured in six unanswered goals.

Hunter Miska turned aside 25 of 27 shots to get the win in net in front of 2,007 fans.

Penticton was coming off a 5-2 loss Friday in Salmon Arm.

The Vees moved to 7-3-0-0 on the season and next see action when they host the Prince George Spruce Kings on Friday, then entertain the Power River Kings on Saturday.

Alberni Valley’s record is now a dismal 1-8-2-0, good for last place in the Island Division.

 

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