Vincent is a Special Olympics medallist, advocate, and mentor whose enthusiasm for the event and support of his peers has earned him an incredible reputation in his hometown of Richmond, B.C.
Yes, the clock did strike midnight Mar. 30. What an incredible ride!
For the second time this postseason, the Whalers hosted a Ukrainian-themed fundraiser to help the millions of women and children displaced from their homeland.
While the Pod has a heartbeat, Langley still leads the series three games to one.
The Whalers had the “momentum to get the job done, but we just couldn’t finish it,” said Zac Sherwin, who contributed two assists. He leads the league in postseason points with 22.
After a 4-2 loss in Game 2 of the PJHL Ray Stonehouse Cup final, White Rock is now down 2-0 in the best-of-seven series to the Langley Trappers.
Trapper Austin Moar’s slapshot from 40 feet out beat Whaler goalie Keegan Maddocks to tie the game at 2-2. And 4 minutes into overtime.
In a split second, Fortems turned and wristed the puck from the slot past Ice Hawk goalie Merick Erickson to send the Whalers to their first Pacific Junior Hockey League (PJHL) championship final.
In double overtime, sniper Dalton MacGillivray beat Whaler goalie Keegan Maddocks from the slot to stave off elimination. White Rock still leads the series three games to two.