After a4-3 overtime loss against the Cowichan Valley Capitals on Saturday night, the Alberni Valley Bulldogs bounced back Sunday (April 25) with a 5-1 win against the Nanaimo Clippers.
The Clippers opened the scoring early, but Josh Van Unen pulled the Bulldogs even late in the first with a powerplay marker.
The Bulldogs added three goals in the second, as rookie defenceman Emanuelson Charbonneau picked up his first BCHL goal, followed by two goals from Stephen Castagna.Bulldogs forward Ethan Bono put things away with another powerplay marker late in the third.
Luke Pearson earned the win in goal with 35 saves.
The Bulldogs are still holding onto second place in the Island Division standings, with a 7-2-2-1 record.