Oct 6, 2012 / 1:29 pm
The Kelowna Chiefs were defeated on home ice by the first place Osoyoos Coyotes Friday night.
The Chiefs suffered their fifth loss of the season as the Coyotes outscored them 8-4.
It was a close match until the third period when Osoyoos scored three straight goals.
Chief's captain Kyle Clerke opened the scoring early in the first period and would add another goal and an assist in the second.
Bryce Koch and Jordan Lingel also scored while Jordan Salahor added three assists in the game.
The loss drops the Kelowna Chiefs into fourth place in the Okanagan Division at 3-5-0.
These two teams will meet up again on Friday October 12 at Rutland Arena.
For more information or tickets visit the Kelowna Chiefs website.
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