Flames lose a pair of road games

The local entry in the Pacific International Junior Hockey League spent their usual Friday night home date on the road...

The Ridge Meadows Flames lost a pair of games last week in junior B hockey action.

The local entry in the Pacific International Junior Hockey League spent their usual Friday night home date on the road, visiting the Abbotsford Pilots at MSA Arena, where they suffered a 4-2 loss to the top team in the Harold Brittain Conference.

Danny Wilson had a goal and an assist, Grant Rostvig scored and Boston Colley and Dale Howell each had an assist.

Tuesday they lost to the Delta Ice Hawks 2-1. The lone goal was scored by team captain Travis Oddy, assisted by Grant Rostvig.

The Flames are still in third place in their conference, despite a record of five wins, nine losses, two overtime losses and one tie.

They will host the Richmond Sockeyes on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Planet Ice.

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