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.
Since the Whalers joined the Pacific Junior ‘B’ Hockey League (PJHL) in 2018, only three young men have played in 100 regular season games with the Pod.
Fortems finished with three points that evening. Overall, the captain has had a brilliant October. At press time, Oct. 24, he was tied for the Pacific Junior Hockey League’s scoring lead with 26 points.
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.
The British Columbia Hockey Conference is excited to announce details of its first annual Prospects Game, which will be hosted by the Chilliwack Jets on Tuesday, November 22nd at the Sardis Sports Complex.
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During the game, Pod players will wear unique orange jerseys from the local Semiahmoo minor hockey association; these sweaters will be part of an online auction to benefit the Indian Residential School Survivors Society.