Moir scores twice in Vipers victory

Justin Moir scored twice to pace the Red Deer Vipers to a 7-5 win over the host Strathmore Wheatland Kings in Heritage Junior B Hockey League play Saturday.

Justin Moir scored twice to pace the Red Deer Vipers to a 7-5 win over the host Strathmore Wheatland Kings in Heritage Junior B Hockey League play Saturday.

Also connecting for the Vipers were Chris Robertson, Colten Brule, David Foord, Ryan Traynor and Braden Corbett. Jason Pohl and Jarren Nickle combined to make 27 saves for the winners, who held a 43-32 advantage in shots.

It was a perfect road weekend for the Vipers, who posted a 5-4 victory over the Airdrie Thunder Friday.

Cole DeGraaf notched two goals for Red Deer. Moir, Troy Klaus and Kolton Gillett also tallied for the Vipers, who got a 34-save outing from Nickle.

Elsewhere Friday, Mitch Finkbiner netted two goals for the Stettler Lightning in a 5-3 win over the visiting Medicine Hat Cubs. Shayne Liukkonen, Lyle Wooden and Brett Ouellette had the other Stettler markers, while winning goalie Simon Thieleman stopped 29 shots.

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