Junior Canucks fall 5-1 to Kings in penultimate regular season game

It was a tighter game than the score indicates, but ultimately the Dawson Creek Junior Canucks fell 5-1 in the second last game of the regular season and the final road game versus the County of Grande Prairie JDA Kings.

The Kings struck first, scoring the only goal of the first period.

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Hayden Dick got the Canucks on the board early in the second with his fourth goal in his seventh game with the team, with assists to Kaine Comin and Mason Ducharme.

The Kings, however, would take the lead heading into the second intermission, beating the buzzer on a 5-on-3.

Just after the mid-way point, GP would make the lead a two-goal lead. An empty netter with 1:09 left, and one final goal with 18.9 seconds left would put the final at 5-1.

Conor Webb was in net for the Junior C's.

The Canucks play their regular season finale at home this Wednesday against the North Peace Navigators. Puck drop is at 8 pm.

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