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Mojo: Chiefs Get It Done Again. Unbeaten In Seven

Josh Hansen scored twice in the third period

This team has something right now.

Mojo.

Third period mojo.

Here’s how it went down:

– Chilliwack gave up the first goal of this game just over a minute in. While this was kind of a letdown, they still had 59 minutes to recover. Silver lining.

– Jaret Babych scored his second of the season on a laser shot from the right circle after affording himself some space. If Jaret Babych has space to let his shot go, it’s trouble for the opposition. The marker was Babych’s second in as many games. This was after Mathieu Tibbet tied the game in the first with his second goal of the season. Tanner Cochrane did a good job to find him in front of the net with a nifty backhanded pass.

– The mojo didn’t take hold in the first period though, as Nanaimo would score twice to retake the lead before the end of the opening frame. Kyle Kramer was buzzing for the Clippers on this night, and was their most dangerous player. He finished with a couple goals.

– A congratulations to Ben Masella for his first BCHL goal. The defenseman from Montreal let go a wrist shot from inside the left point to beat Nanaimo’s Jayson Argue. Masella could have had a couple more in this game as well, something his teammates good naturedly chided him for.

– The game was tied at 3 heading to the third. Mojo kicked in.

– After struggling in the first two periods, the Hansen, Esposito, Plevy line got it going. Hansen would bag two goals in the period to provide the Chiefs a two goal cushion. All three players extended their point streaks on this night. Esposito’s is at 11 games, while Plevy and Hansen extended their strings to five respectively.

– Trevor Hills was buzzing in the third with a handful of chances. His goal was waived off after Ryan Donohoe interfered with the goaltender. Hills outwaited everybody in the slot before sliding the puck in. It was gorgeous, despite the fact that it didn’t count.

– Garrett Forster picked up an assist in this game, and got better as the night went on, making a few good reads offensively. The assist for Forster marked his first dent on the scoresheet this season. This team will need him going forward, and Friday was a good start.

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