RDC Kings score 17 goals in pair of wins over Voyageurs

Queens split weekend with SAIT

The RDC Kings filled the net on Friday in Lac La Biche.

They buried eight unanswered goals in an 8-1 rout over the Portage College Voyageurs in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s hockey play.

Dylan Baer had a big night for RDC, leading the way with four assists. Parker Smyth and Scott Ferguson each added a pair of goals in the win. Dylan Thudium, Chance Longjohn, Donovan Lumb and Tyrell Mappin also scored in the victory. Arik Weersink stopped 16 shots in the victory.

RDC was also 3-for-5 on the power play in the win.

Saturday they poured it on again, with a 9-1 win over the Voyageurs.

First-year forward Kyle Salaway had a pair of goals, while Riley Smith and Lynnden Pastachak also potted two. Jacob Wozney, Dylan Thudium and Mappin also scored in the win. Troy Trombley stopped 17 shots in the Kings net.

Next up for the Kings is a home game on Nov. 22, when they will play a makeup game with the MacEwan University Griffins.

The Queens also picked up a huge win Friday, knocking off the SAIT Trojans 4-3 in Calgary.

Neisha Germann had a massive night with a hat trick, that included a short-handed goal in the second period. She scored the gamer winning goal with just 2:16 left in the third period.

Kaitlan Linnell also had two assists in the win and Karlee Fetch stopped 28 shots in the Queens net.

Saturday, the Queens dropped a 2-1 double-overtime decision to the Trojans.

Second-year forward Janessa Fournier opened the scoring in the second, but SAIT tied the game at 13:48 of the third. Midway through double overtime, Kelsey Patterson scored the game-winning goal.

Queens first-year goal Miranda Cook stopped 38 shots in the loss.



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