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Eagles fall in hard fought game 4
Sunday, April 1, 2012 - Submitted by Dan Marshall
It was a battle, and overtime was a fitting end to Game 4 of the Coastal Conference Final.
 
JP Villeneuve scored to open the scoring at 2:09 of the first period on a rebound and then goalies Andrew Hunt and Sean Maguire took over.
 
The two goalies looked like they may never be beaten Maguire flashing his glove out with two great saves on Tyler Morley, Hunt stopping Dan Schuler on a breakaway and Matt Scarth in close.
 
It took until 16:57 of the third period before Sean McGovern beat Maguire in close to tie the score.  
 
The game was tied 1-1 heading into overtime and the Eagles had a power play to start the extra session, just after the man advantage had expired Cohen Adair converted a centring pass in front of Hunt at 1:12 to give the Kings a 3-1 series lead.
 
Final shots were 49-36 for the Eagles, the first time they outshot Powell River in the series.
 
Saturday's Three Stars were 1) Sean Maguire 2) Andrew Hunt 3) Tyler Morley
 
For Surrey Brandon Tanev was a late scratch and Matt Cronin didn't finish the game,  that adds two more to a growing list of Eagles forced out of action.
 
Game 4 is the third straight game in the series decided by one goal and the third straight time a road team has taken the victory.
 
The Eagles hope that trend continues at the Hap Parker Arena on Monday for a must win Game 5.
 
Game 6 would be back at the South Surrey Arena on Tuesday night.

 

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(Playoff) Game
March 11th, 2014 at 7:00 PM
 

 
6 - 1
BOX SCORE
 
TEAM GP W L T OL TP
Langley 58 37 13 3 5 82
Prince George 58 32 20 4 2 70
Coquitlam 58 27 26 2 3 59
Surrey Eagles 58 25 30 1 2 53
Chilliwack 58 14 37 2 5 35