Rockets offence takes off in Osoyoos

The Golden Rockets won a high scoring affair against the Osoyoos Coyotes.

The offence was firing on all cylinders for the Golden Rockets as the team won a high scoring affair against the Osoyoos Coyotes on Oct. 13.

The Coyotes scored the first goal of the evening but the Rockets tied things up little over a minute later on a power play goal by  Jacob Bergeron. The Rockets would then go on to score 4 more goals in three and a half minutes to take a commanding lead in the game.

The Coyotes battled back to make things close going into the third but four more goals late in the third sealed a 9-4 win for the Rockets.

Rockets forward Connor Beauchemin was named first star on the night after a five point outburst. Keith Wake and Blake Roney both had two goals and two assists in the game while Bergeron had a three point night.

 

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