Golden Rockets nab fourth in a row

The golden Rockets got a road win on Friday night against the Creston Valley Thunder Cats.

The Golden Rockets won their fourth game in a row on Nov. 30 with a 4-3 victory against the Creston Valley Thunder Cats.

Creston took the early advantage in the game with a goal from Ty Kronewitt but the Rockets tied things up before the end of the first when Bobby Kasuba knocked in his fourth goal of the season.

The Rockets continued their strong play in the second and Michael Anderson netted his first goal of the year on a set up from Connor Beauchemin and Keith Wake.

Only 28 seconds into the third period Beauchemin and Wake combined on another goal which gave the Rockets a two goal lead. Midway through the period the Rockets seemed to have things locked up when Josh Jewell scored but the Thunder Cats would not go away.

With less that three minutes left in the game the Cats scored to get within two and then scored again with only 17 seconds left. That would be where the goals would end and the Rockets held on for the win.

The Rockets return home to play their first game in December against the Kelowna Chiefs in a Saturday night tilt on the first.

 

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