Cougars Top WHL at the Break
Sunday, December 18, 2016 @ 6:54 AM
Prince George, B.C. – The Prince George Cougars closed out the first half of the 2016-17 Western Hockey League season with a 2-1 victory over the Chiefs in Spokane Saturday night.
The victory was the fifth straight for the Cougars, who head into the Christmas break in first place in the entire league with a 26-8-2 record.
Tate Olson in the first period and Aaron Boyd in the third scored the goals for Prince George but it was Ty Edmonds’ 30-save performance that was the story of the game. Edmonds now holds the all-time save record among all of the greats who have played goal for the Prince George Cougars.
The Cats return to action December 27th and 28th against the Royals in Victoria.
It’s been such a fun season so far. Can’t wait to watch some more games in the new year.
GO CATS GO!!!!!!!!!
Too bad we couldn’t see another one or two thousand there that thought like you
The fans are coming back..slowly but surely….remember we have some bad memories to get rid of.
As the season goes on the building will start to fill up more and more.
There’s still lots of seats left on the bandwagon, and it’s going to be a lot of fun being a Cougars fan over the next four months (perhaps five if all goes well).
The boys are playing some exciting hockey, and if you haven’t been to a game yet this year I would definitely recommend checking them out.
GO CATS GO!!!!!!!!!!!
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