Atoms upend Abby in playoff shocker

Chilliwack’s atom A3 Junior Bruins try to continue a Cinderella playoff run this weekend as they face off against Cloverdale.The locals entered the playoffs as a non-threatening seventh seed, matched up against the second seed from Abbotsford.Chilliwack shocked the favourites, tying the first three games by scores of 2-2, 2-2 and 3-3. The Bruins rallied from three down to earn the draw in game three.The tiebreaking fourth game was played on Tuesday and Chilliwack completed the upset with a dramatic 2-1 overtime win.Jackson O’Brien got credit for an unassisted goal in regulation time when Abbotsford scored on their own net.Warren had the OT winner.Josh Rychtowski tended net in games one, three and four with D.J. Hallett playing goal in game two.Several players contributed offensively, including Quinn Villanen (1 G, 1A), Micah Causton (2A), Carson Hay (1A), Riley Grant (1A) , Colby Brooks (2G), Noah Dorman (1A),  Liam Shearer (1A) and Jack Foreman (1A).

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