Six games. Six wins. Not surprising when you face a Surrey Knights team chock full of raw rookies, a franchise still searching for it’s first regulation win since November 19, 2015.
The Outlaws showed no mercy in their final encounter with the Knights, rolling to an 11-3 victory in Surrey. It was a series that could have been sponsored by Coppertone, with the Outlaws giving the Knights goaltender’s necks sunburn thanks to lighting the red lamp 46 times over those six games.
Jacob Dorey led all Outlaws scorers with five points. His two goal, three assist effort was not only a career high, it was more points than he scored in 11 games with the Ridge Meadows Flames this season before being acquired in a trade.
Nicolas Bizzutto made it a sweet home coming, as the former Knights captain scored twice, including a beautiful finish with just four seconds left in the second off a great feed by Jackson O’Brien.
How about Mr. O’Brien. The 16 year old defender spent some time on the wing and rewarded the coaches with a goal and three helpers.
Kyle Lennea scored his fifth and sixth goals (in just two games) since returning to the Outlaws. Both came in the first period.
Kyle Dosanj got the monkey off his back, tipping in a Dorey setup to open the scoring 3:06 into the hockey game.
Kyle Mooney’s goal gives him four in his last three straight games. Ryan Sharma and Justin Bowerman rounded out the goals, while Michael Sande and Sammy Zeinab each had two assists. Lone apples to Brenden Saether and Michal Holub.
Keaton Dyck made 24 saves in winning his sixth of the year.
Next up is a massive game against the Ridge Meadows Flames on Saturday at the MLC.
The ‘Laws sit just three points back for third, however the Flames have a game in hand which they will play Friday when the Delta Ice Hawks visit the Cam.