Rockets net first win of the season

The Golden Rockets won a high scoring affair against the Kimberley Dynamiters on Sept. 28.



The Golden Rockets ended their early season funk, recording the teams first win of the season, with a 7-5 win at home against the Kimberley Dynamiters on Sept. 28.

The Dynamiters jumped out to an early lead in the first but the goals kept coming and by the end of the first the team were toed at two.

Both teams continued the high scoring affair in the second with Rockets forward Jacob Bergeron netting two goal in the period.

As the moved into the third the Rockets came out flying. Rockets forward Conner Beauchemin caught fire in the third netting a hat trick in the period.

Rockets Head Coach Ty Davidson said it was, “Fantastic” to win the game. “Everyone knows how competitive I am. This (not winning) was eating at me the last couple of weeks and we finally got it done,” he said. “Even though we were 0 and 3, I never lost confidence in this group. This is a good group of hockey players and I think people are going to see exciting things out of them in 2012-2013.”

 

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