Eleven goals; a penalty shot; two Whalers retained their perch in league scoring – all during a 6-5 win for the Whalers over the Chilliwack Jets.
A slapshot from North Vancouver Wolf Pack defenceman Jonathan Soares clanked off the post and in with 1:28 left on the clock. The Wolf Pack rallied to defeat the Whalers 3-2.
Captain Chris Fortems (an assist) and alternate captain Bryce Margetson (two helpers) were the sparkplugs that kickstarted the Whalers to a 3-1 victory over the slumping Abbotsford Pilots on Oct. 29.
Svendson, a gritty winger who loves to throw his body around, now leads the entire Pacific Junior Hockey League (PJHL) in goals with 13 this season.
Only five games into October, three Whaler veterans have collected a jaw-dropping 32 points this month! Centre Zac Sherwin’s line has become the Sher-WIN line.
White Rock captain Chris Fortems hit the post against the Langley Trappers Sept. 24. Photo: Alistair Burns/ White Rock Whalers. | Pod’s Sherwin line notches seven points BURNABY WINTER CLUB – Whaler Zac Sherwin burst in on an overtime breakaway – his forehand deke denied by the sliding pads of Grandview Steeler netminder Shayan Kermany. Immediately […]
The Whalers recorded their best-ever result last season – Tom Shaw Conference champions. However, no one said it would be a cakewalk the next year.
With three-and-a-half minutes left, White Rock’s alternate captain, Chris Fortems, broke over the blueline on a 2-on-1.
Zac Sherwin notches shoot-out winner vs. Sockeyes.
Yes, the clock did strike midnight Mar. 30. What an incredible ride!