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Tomas Vincour scores twice as Vancouver Giants cruise past Chilliwack Bruins 6-1 @NHLdotcom

LANGLEY, B.C. - Tomas Vincour scored twice as the Vancouver Giants hammered the Chilliwack Bruins 6-1 in Western Hockey League action Sunday.

James Henry also scored and added two assists for the Giants (35-20-4), while James Wright, Brett Breitkreuz, Craig Cunningham and Brendan Gallagher each added singles.

Kevin Sundher scored the lone goal for the visiting Bruins (25-28-6).

Vancouver goaltender Mark Segal stopped 23 shots for the win, while at the other end Braden Gamble made 26 saves.

Vancouver swept a home-and-home series with the Bruins after winning in Chilliwack 4-2 on Saturday.

Vincour opened the scoring 1:40 into the game, take a feed off a nice rush by J.T. Barnett and Wright.

The Czech Republic native scored his second at 4:52 on a rocket of a shot that was too much for Gamble, giving the trade-deadline acquisition 25 goals on the season.

On a second-period power play Vancouver made it 3-0. Henry found Wright sneeking in from the point position and he got it past Gamble for his third of the season.

Henry's playmaking was at its best Sunday, finding Breitkreuz in front of the net. Though Gamble made the first couple saves, Breitkreuz was able to jam the puck into the net for his 14th of the year at 13:17.

Cunningham notched his 35th of the year in the third, a power-play goal from the face-off circle that made it 5-0. It was Cunningham's eighth point in seven games and 83rd point overall.

With a five-on-three power play Chilliwack finally ended Segal's shutout bid. Dylen McKinlay flipped a pass over to Sundher who scored his 23rd of the year at 8:18.

Vancouver restored the five-goal advantage when Gallagher redirected Nolan Toigo's point shot at 12:17.

Notes: Vancouver was 3-for-3 on the power play while Chilliwack was 1-for-3. . . Vancouver captain Lance Bouma was missing after being injured in Saturday against Chilliwack. . . Vancouver will play its third game in three nights Monday in Seattle. . . Sunday marked Vancouver's final "home game" at the Langley Events Centre, returning to the Pacific Coliseum in early March.

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