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Sockeyes regain league lead

Kootenay Alder made 29 saves to backstop the Richmond Sockeyes to a 4-1 Pacific International Junior Hockey League win over Delta Ice Hawks Tuesday.  - Don Fennell photo
Kootenay Alder made 29 saves to backstop the Richmond Sockeyes to a 4-1 Pacific International Junior Hockey League win over Delta Ice Hawks Tuesday.
— image credit: Don Fennell photo

Jeremy Hamaguchi opened the scoring just 3:37 into the first period, and set up Danton Heinen's game-clinching goal early in the third period to power the Richmond Sockeyes to a 4-1 Pacific International Junior Hockey League victory over the Delta Ice Hawks Tuesday at the Ladner Leisure Centre.

Sockeyes' goalie Kootenay Alder made 29 saves for his fourth win in five starts this season.

With the win, Richmond regained the overall lead in the PIJHL with a 7-1-1 record. The Sockeyes host Abbotsford Pilots Thursday at Minoru Arenas. Faceoff is 7:30 p.m.

 

 

 

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