Maple Ridge Burrards lose in overtime

The Maple Ridge Burrards lost a turtle derby 5-4 in overtime at Burnaby’s Bill Copeland Arena on Tuesday night.

The Maple Ridge Burrards lost a turtle derby 5-4 in overtime at Burnaby’s Bill Copeland Arena on Tuesday night.

Scott Jones scored the overtime winner for the Lakers three minutes into OT..

Tom Johnson had two goals and an assist for the Burrards, Dan Taylor and Riley Loewen both scored and Jarrett Davis had two assists.

The Burrards were outshot 58-49 in the game.

With the loss, the Burrards drop to 2-5 on the season, and join Langley and Nanaimo at the bottom of the WLA.

• Their next home game will be Sunday, 6:45 p.m. at Planet Ice, when they host the Victoria Shamrocks.

 

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