The going got rough in an Alberni Valley Bulldogs 5-2 win over the Nanaimo Clippers last Saturday night. The Bulldogs are set to face the Cowichan Valley Capitals on Friday in Cowichan before squaring off against the Merritt Centennials at home on Saturday.

BCHL confirms: Tironese named as a POW

The BCHL named Alberni Bulldogs forward Evan Tironese its player of the week.

The Alberni Valley Bullodogs won one, lost one and now have garnered league kudos this week.

The BCHL named Bulldog forward Evan Tironese its player of the week.

Tironese’s three goals and three assists in two games leads all scorers.

Tironese was in on three of the Bulldogs goals in a 6-4 loss to Cowichan last Friday in Cowichan.

He then chipped in two goals and one assist and picked up game first all star honours against the Clippers on Saturday.

It was Tironese’s third straight three point game.

Tironese now leads the league in scoring with six goals and nine assists.

The Bulldogs face the Cowichan Valley Capitals in an away game on Friday.

And the face the Merritt Centennials at home on Saturday. Game time is at 7 p.m.

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