The Nanaimo Buccaneers continued their impressive play this season with a win over the Campbell River Storm on Friday night.
Nanaimo (15-3-0-0) defeated the Storm by a score of 5-4 in Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League action at Rod Brind'Amour Arena.
Lynden Eddy had two goals and an assist for the Bucs on Friday night.
Goaltender Ryan Waldhaus was peppered with shots but managed to make 50 saves and secure the victory for Nanaimo.
Goals also came from forwards Riel Gibson and Nick White.
Defenceman Dayton Boutilier had a goal for Nanaimo.
Forward Jordan Levesque had two assists for the Bucs in the win.
Scoring for Campbell River were forward Brayden Taekema, defenceman Jordan Rauser, centre Brendan deVries and forward Gavin Rauser.
"It was a really entertaining hockey game full of lots of emotion looks like it's going tobe a good rivalry all year," said Buccaneers head coach Brad Knight. "The town got their money's worth tonight; it was back-andforth, it was a physical game," he said. "Some nice goals scored on both sides."
Nanaimo and the Oceanside Generals (2-16-1-0) face off today for a 7:30 p.m. at Oceanside Place.
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