Bulldogs split with Clippers

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs split a home-and-home series with Nanaimo Clippers last weekend.

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The Alberni Valley Bulldogs split a home-and-home series with Nanaimo Clippers last weekend, losing 3–0 at Frank Crane Arena on Oct. 30 and turning around to win 4–2 at Weyerhaeuser Arena in Port Alberni on Oct. 31.

The Clippers scored three goals in the first period of the first game and shut out the Bulldogs for the rest of the game.

On Halloween, The Bulldogs scored two goals in 19 seconds in the second period to take a lead against the Clippers, enroute to winning 4–2.

The split leaves the Bulldogs in fourth place in the BCHL’s Island Division with a record of six wins, nine losses, one tie and one overtime tie for 14 points—two up on the fifth-place Victoria Grizzlies.



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