Jackson Doucet led the attack for the Bulldogs against the Langley Rivermen on Saturday, Dec. 21 with two goals and one assist. (ELENA RARDON / ALBERNI VALLEY NEWS)

BCHL: Alberni Valley Bulldogs end the year with three straight road wins

Bulldogs will be back on home ice for a double header against the Powell River Kings

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs ended 2019 on a high note, picking up three straight wins on the road.

After a 5-2 win in Wenatchee on Friday, Dec. 20 and a 6-4 win in Langley on Saturday, the Bulldogs clipped the Surrey Eagles on Sunday 3-2 in a shootout.

The Bulldogs are now 20-14-0-2 on the season and will be back on home ice for a double header against the Powell River Kings on Friday, Jan. 3 and Saturday, Jan. 4.

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