Rockets grab road win in Fernie

The Golden Rockets got a win against their division rivals on Oct. 27.

Jacob Bergeron scored the winning goal against the Fernie Ghostriders on Oct. 27.

The Golden Rockets have won three games in a row after stealing a road win against the Fernie Ghostriders 3-2.

After a scoreless first period Fernie jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals from Simon Horlick and R.T. Rice.

It looked like the that was going to be the score heading into the third until Conner Beauchemin scored his first goal in four games on a power play with only 39 seconds left in the second.

The Rockets then tied things up with 5:42 left in the third with an unassisted goal from Shane Rutherford. They completed the comeback with a little over three minutes left in the game as Jacob Bergeron netted the winning goal after a set up from Matt McMath and Michael Anderson.

The teams combined for 87 shots in the game along with 80 minutes in penalties and three game misconducts. Bergeron was named the first start in the game and goalie James Leonard was named the third star of a game for the second night in a row.

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