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Bulldogs clinch BCHL playoff spot

Alberni Valley Bulldogs’ Jared Wilson scores on Chilliwack Chiefs netminder Mitch Gillam on Sunday in a 5-2 road loss. - GARRETT JAMES/Special to the News
Alberni Valley Bulldogs’ Jared Wilson scores on Chilliwack Chiefs netminder Mitch Gillam on Sunday in a 5-2 road loss.
— image credit: GARRETT JAMES/Special to the News

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs have clinched a playoff spot with five games left in the B.C. Hockey League regular season. The Bulldogs are in third spot ahead of Powell River, and three points behind Nanaimo.

The Bulldogs are back on the road again this Friday, Feb. 15 in Powell River and in Victoria to face the Grizzlies on Saturday, Feb. 16 before returning home for a matinee against Westside Warriors.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs play three games this weekend. They play in Powell River on Friday, and in Victoria against the Grizzlies on Saturday. They return home on Sunday when they play Kelowna at the Multiplex. Game time is 2 p.m.

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