Alberni Bulldogs ready for three game stint

The Bulldogs Victoria Grizzlies, Coquitlam Express and Surrey Eagles this weekend.

Bulldogs’ Tyler Berkholtz slides his second goal of the night behind Langley Rivermen goaltender James Barr

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs are gearing up for a three-game stint this weekend.

The Bulldogs are facing the Grizzlies in Victoria on Friday. They return home to face the Coquitlam Express on Saturday at the Dog Pound then head to Surrey on Sunday to face the Eagles.

To date, the ‘Dogs are 2-0 against the Grizz, 1-2 against Coquitlam and 0-1 against the Eagles.

The Bulldogs are coming off a two-game stand last weekend where they went 1-1.

The ‘Dogs were blasted 6-2 by the Coquitlam Express on Friday.

The ‘Dogs showed moxy, peppering Coquitlam goalie Cole Huggins with 44 shots. The ‘Dogs netted their only two goals of the game in the second period, and were 1-3 on the power play.

But they got their teeth back on Saturday, beating the Langley Rivermen 4-0. The ‘Dogs had 32 shots on goal and were 4-6 on the power play.

reporter@albernivalleynews.com

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