Strange Victory for Outlaws

A game in which the Mission City Outlaws fired 56 shots at the oppositions net you would figure would have been a walk in the park, but that was not the way this game went.

Neither team wanted to give an inch as the Outlaws and the Ridge Meadows Flames traded chance’s and lead changes multiple times throughout the 60 minutes.

The Flames elected to go with their newest acquisition, 16 year old goaltender Jordan Hollett between the pipes and he wouldn’t disappoint in his PJHL debut.  At the end of the day even Hollett’s strong play could not keep Mission City form registering their 5th straight victory as they defeated the Flames by a final score of 6-5.

Bryce Pisiak and Ryan Sharma registered 2 goals a piece and Mitch Biermann and Tristan Dundas rounded out the scoring for the Outlaws.

Mission City was 2 for 5 on the power play which has looked stronger the last 2 games and the penalty kill is getting better for the team as well as the Flames were only able to capitalize once out of 4 attempts.

With the win, the Outlaws maintain 1st in the Harold Brittain Conference with a record of 6-1-0-1 for 13 points.  This is the fastest the Outlaws have made it to double digits in the standings.

Next up for the Outlaws is a date with the Richmond Sockeyes tonight at the Mission Leisure Centre.  The only regulation loss this season for Mission City came at the hands of the Sockeyes 2 weeks ago in Richmond.

Come on down to the rink and enjoy some excellent hockey tonight.  6:45 PM Puck drop.  If you can’t make it out you can always listen LIVE for FREE on our ‘Audio Only’ Channel at mixlr.com/outlawshockey or watch on Pay Per View on fasthockey.com.

As for now you’re up to date.  See you at the rink.

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