Peewee Bruins blank Langley

Mitchell Metcalfe had two goals, leading his Chilliwack crew to a 4-0 win in mid-week minor hockey action.

Chilliwack’s peewee A1 Bruins got flawless goaltending from Brayden Melnyk in a 4-0 shutout win over Langley Tuesday night.

After a scoreless first period, the Bruins got on the board 37 seconds into the middle frame on a goal by Mitchell Metcalfe.

He finished off a beautiful tic-tac-toe play set up by Greye Rampton and Owen Hopcott.

Hopcott got one of his own moments later, with Lucas Bourdon drawing the assist.

Metcalfe sniped his second of the night midway through period two, scoring on a lob shot from the blueline.

Christian Clease wrapped up the scoring in the third period, with assists to Derek Priest and Ryder O’Brien.

The Bruins have lost just once in their last six outings and face Burnaby tonight.

Get minor hockey info online at chilliwackminorhockey.com

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