Evan Ingram & Jacob Vander Zaag both had a goal and an assist to help the Mountain View Colts tie up the Heritage Junior B Hockey League Final. The Colts and the Cochrane Generals are deadlocked 1-1 in the best of 7 affair following a 5-3 win for Mountain View in Game 2 at the Didsbury Memorial Complex.
MV Colts Even Up HJHL Championship Series With Home Ice Victory
As heard on 96.5 CKFM, a 5-3 victory on Wednesday, March 16th in Didsbury over the Cochrane Generals has allowed the Mountain View Colts to even up the HJHL's Championship Series at 1 game each.
Colts 18 year old forward Keaton Perigny from Olds scored what turned out to be the game winning goal in the second period by putting Mountain View up 4-2.
He says they team did a tremendous job of protecting a 4-3 lead in the third period.
The Colts got a boost as their top regular season point producer Colton Anderson was back in the line-up for the first time since being sidelined due to injury during their first playoff game of 2016 on February 17th versus Blackfalds.
Dennis Lawrence scored his first goal of the playoffs and Clinton Armitage iced the win with a shorthanded empty netter. Thomas Della Siega earned his 9th win of the post-season by making 34 saves.
Cochrane went 2 for 6 on the power play with Slater Ransom scoring a 5 on 4 goal and Chad Harrison taking advantage of a 5 on 3 opportunity. George King had the lone even strength goal for the Generals. The Colts were 0 for 3 on the PP. Mountain View led on the shot clock 41-37.
Anderson discusses what it will take for Mountain View to get a win in Game 3 at the Spray Lakes Sawmills Family Sports Centre.
Game 3 of the best of seven Heritage Junior B Hockey League Final is at 7:30 on Friday, March 18th in Cochrane and 96.5 CKFM will have live play-by-play coverage.
Listen to 96.5 CKFM's post-game interview with Colts forward Keaton Perigny.
CKFM also collected comments from Colton Anderson after he returned to Mountain View's line-up.