WHL: Giants not speedy enough for Swift Current

 

 
 
 
 
Riley Kieser scored midway through the second period of play to halve the Broncos’ advantage but Swift Current captain Adam Lowry restored his team’s two-goal margin with a shorthanded penalty-shot goal a little more than three minutes later.
 

Riley Kieser scored midway through the second period of play to halve the Broncos’ advantage but Swift Current captain Adam Lowry restored his team’s two-goal margin with a shorthanded penalty-shot goal a little more than three minutes later.

Photograph by: Steve Bosch, PNG

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The Vancouver Giants were unable build a two-game winning streak Friday as they fell 3-1 to the visiting Swift Current Broncos in Western Hockey League play before a crowd of 8,115 at Pacific Coliseum.

The Broncos opened up a 2-0 first-period lead on goals by Levi Bews, a former Giant, and Ryon Moser. Giants centre Riley Kieser scored midway through the second to halve the Broncos’ advantage but Swift Current captain Adam Lowry restored his team’s two-goal margin with a shorthanded penalty-shot goal a little more than three minutes later.

The last-place Giants fell to 8-21-0-0. They are back in action Saturday night, facing the Silvertips in Everett, before returning home Sunday to face the B.C. Division-leading Kamloops Blazers in a 4 p.m. start.

 
 
 
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Riley Kieser scored midway through the second period of play to halve the Broncos’ advantage but Swift Current captain Adam Lowry restored his team’s two-goal margin with a shorthanded penalty-shot goal a little more than three minutes later.
 

Riley Kieser scored midway through the second period of play to halve the Broncos’ advantage but Swift Current captain Adam Lowry restored his team’s two-goal margin with a shorthanded penalty-shot goal a little more than three minutes later.

Photograph by: Steve Bosch, PNG

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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