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Chilliwack scores four power-play goals as they beat Prince George 7-2

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PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - The Chilliwack Bruins scored four power-play goals on the way to a 7-2 victory against the Prince George Cougars in Western Hockey League action Saturday night.

The Bruins, who had eight man-advantage opportunities, got three goals from Oscar Moller and singles from Colby Kulhanek, Nick Holden, Brandon Campos and Michael Proudley. Mark Santorelli finished the night with four assists.

Parker Stanfield and Greg Gardner, on power plays, replied for the Cougars. The first six goals - four for Chilliwack and two for Prince George - were scored on power plays.

The Cougars outshot the Bruins 27-24. Matt Esposito was the winning goaltender and Real Cyr took the loss. Cyr was replaced by Tommy Tartaglione at 10:41 of the second period after allowing five goals on 12 shots.

With the win, the Bruins improved to 10-4-1-0. The Cougars, who beat the Bruins 5-3 on Friday night, slipped to 6-9-0-0.

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