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Cents get revenge on Express
Sunday, January 20, 2013
The Centennials had a group effort at home versus the Express Saturday night winning 5-0. Soquila had two, while Cuglietta, Schaefer, Huisman, all tallied singles. Tyler Steel got his 4th shutout of the season (8th in Career), and is now tied for 1st place with 3 others in the BCHL.
Fortis Energy player of the Game, Bennet Huber.
1st Star Payton Schaefer
2nd Star Regan Soquila
3rd Star Tyler Steel
The Cents play West Kelowna on the road Tuesday night followed by a road and ferry trip to Vancouver Island to play Victoria, Cowichan, and Nanaimo. Catch all the action with the voice of the Cents Graham Turnbull on Q101.

 



 

TEAM GP RECORD PTS
Penticton 58 36-16-2-4 78
W.Kelowna 58 35-15-3-5 78
Vernon 58 30-18-4-6 70
Merritt 58 31-22-4-1 67
Salmon Arm 58 25-24-1-8 59
Trail 58 10-42-2-4 26