Ridge Meadows Flames almost eliminated

The Ridge Meadows Flames have a win, a loss and an overtime loss in their past three games of Pacific Junior Hockey League action.

The Ridge Meadows Flames have a win, a loss and an overtime loss in their past three games of Pacific Junior Hockey League action.

The Delta Ice Hawks lambasted the Flames on Tuesday by a 7-3 score in Ladner. Delta jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the first period and cruised to a win. The Flames got goals from Danny Wilson, Michael Bell and Boston Colley.

Friday night on home ice, the Flames beat the last-place Port Moody Panthers 4-3.

Affiliate player Marshall Skapski had a goal and two assists to lead the team in scoring. Ben Chipman had a goal and an assist, Jordan Rendle and Colley each had two assists, and Dale Howell and Andrew Strelezki both scored.

Kurt Klimek stopped 21 of 22 shots to earn the victory in net.

On Saturday in Abbotsford, the Flames lost to the Pilots 4-3 in overtime.

Andrew Castagna had two assists, and goals came from Bradley Crompton, Jonathin Weloy and Dale Howell.

Jeremy Tamelin played in goal, stopping 34 of 38 shots.

The Flames dropped to 12-24-0-1 on the season, and are almost mathematically eliminated from the playoffs with only seven games remaining.

They will host the Aldergrove Kodiaks on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at Planet Ice.