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(Photo by: MyLight Photography)   What looked to be a potential comeback for the BCHL record books fell short for the Prince George Spruce Kings. Leading 3-1 in the third period, the Prince George Spruce Kings allowed a goal eight minutes in, and two...

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(Photo by: MyLight Photography) Prince George had the pressure on them once again, and they were up to the task against the Wenatchee Wild. Down 3-1 in the Mainland semi-finals, the Spruce Kings won again to force a Game 6. The goals didn’t come at the ...

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(Ben Poisson celebrates with Tavin Grant after scoring the second goal of the game, Photo by: MyLight Photography) On the brink of elimination, the Spruce Kings were able to keep their season alive with a 7-4 win over the Wenatchee Wild. To put it in pers...

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(Photo by: James Doyle Photography)   The Prince George Spruce Kings played their best game of the season against the Wenatchee Wild Tuesday night, but still couldn’t come away with the victory. PG had a number of scoring chances, but were unab...

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Prince George had a valiant effort on Saturday night against the Wenatchee Wild, and had a number of scoring chances, but couldn’t convert. The Wild took a while to get rolling, but scored two goals 1:24 a part in the second, and a pair in 4:06 minutes ...

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They were 0-7 against the Wenatchee Wild during the regular season, so the Spruce Kings had a daunting task at hand. Wenatchee had a league best record of 45-9-4-0, led the league in goals with 294, and were second best defensively with 135 being scored a...

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The Breakdown: The Prince George Spruce Kings (25-27-4-2) are back in the playoffs this season, and they will be taking on the Wenatchee Wild (45-9-4-0) in the first round of the Mainland Division semi-finals. This season the Wenatchee Wild won all seven ...

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Prior to last Sunday, the Spruce Kings had a ten game losing streak in the Prospera Centre to the Chilliwack Chiefs. Prince George’s last victory was on February 21st 2014 in overtime, and they picked up the latest win this past Sunday 3-2 in overtime a...

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Venue: Prospera Centre, Chilliwack Game Time: Sunday February 26th @ 5:00pm   With two straight losses (one in overtime) the Chilliwack Chiefs (40-11-6-0) are on their longest losing stretch since December 2nd and 8th where they lost to the Powell ...

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(Adam Burnett checks Ryan Barrow in front of the Spruce Kings net, Photo by: Damon James Photography) Playing their sixth game in nine days, the Langley Rivermen showed no signs of being tired as they finished their season with a 7-0 win over the Prince G...