RDC Kings continue winning ways against Vikings

Hockey team won third-straight game

Kings 4 Vikings 1

CAMROSE — The RDC Kings continued their winning ways as they downed the University of Alberta, Augustana Vikings 4-1 in Alberta Colleges Men’s Hockey League play Friday.

The Kings, 5-5-2-1, won their third straight game and moved into a tie with the Vikings, 6-4-1-0, for third place in the standings.

The Vikings grabbed a 1-0 first period lead on a goal by Patrick Thompson-Gale at 3:23 with David Heath tying it with a power play marker at 10:22 of the second period.

Austin Hunter gave the Kings the lead just 21 seconds into the third period then Ben Williams, who has been red hot of late, scored at 5:52 and 11:50.

Troy Trombley has also been hot in goal and made 27 saves while the Kings had 27 shots on Curtis Skip.

The Kings were two-for-four on the power play and killed off all five shorthanded situations.

The teams meet again tonight at 7 p.m. at the Penhold Regional Multiplex.

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