Flames win in shootout in Aldergrove

Ridge Meadows wins in debut of new head coach Bayne Ryshak

The Ridge Meadow Flames went on the road won by a field goal, defeating the Aldergrove Kodiaks 10-7 in new head coach Bayne Ryshak’s debut on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

Dale Howell led the Flames with two goals and two helpers, while Boston Colley recorded the hat trick in the win.

Bradley Crompton also chipped in with two goals and a helper.

The Flames opened with a 3-0 lead midway through the first period and 7-5 after a wild second period that saw seven goals in total.

The Flames went 2-5 on the power play. Colley was named the game’s first star while Howell was second.

The win moved the Flames in a tie with Aldergrove for third in their division.

• The Flames host the Mission City Outlaws Friday, Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m.

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