West Kelowna Warriors fell 5-2 in PG Saturday

Warriors drop 8th straight

The West Kelowna Warriors losing skid has stretched to eight games.

The latest defeat, a 5-2 setback in Prince George.

It's the second time this season the Warriors have dropped eight in a row.

Ironically, a loss to the same Spruce Kings in early October proved to be the last loss of an eight game skid.

As has been the case throughout this losing streak, the Spruce Kings opened the scoring, getting a power play goal in the final game of the opening period.

Brandon Dent equalized, but goals a minute apart in the final 90 seconds of the second game the home squad a two goal lead - one they wouldn't relinquish.

Max Bulawka made it 3-2 just past the midway point of the third, but again, two late goals, including the final one into the empty net provided the margin of victory.

Bulawka had the best chance to open the scoring for the Warriors when he was awarded a penalty shot. However, he was unable to beat Jett Alexander.

The Warriors will try to snap their losing skid Wednesday in Surrey before finally returning to Royal LePage Place Friday against Wenatchee.


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