Schutz shoots for six

Alberni Valley Bulldogs’ Chris Schutz continued his scoring streak with six points in two games last week.

Alberni Valley Bulldogs forward Quinn Syrydiuk slips the puck past Langley Rivermen goalie Bo Didur during the first period of the Nov. 15 game at the AV Multiplex.

Alberni Valley Bulldogs’ Chris Schutz continued his scoring streak with six points in two games last week—including a hat trick against Nanaimo Clippers.

The Bulldogs beat the Clippers 7–3 on Friday before falling 6–4 to Langley Rivermen on Sunday.

“An unfortunate injury in pre-season delayed the start to (Schutz’s) season and now he’s definitely motivated and playing extremely well,” assistant coach Adam Hayduk said.

“The significant improvement in our power play success can be attributed to the timing of his return to the lineup.”

DAWG POUND…The Bulldogs have acquired Dominic Thom from the Calgary Mustangs of the AJHL in exchange for  Nathan Walker and Nolan Alward.

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