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Rebels bounce back to take out Revelstoke 3-0

Aaron Petten of the Castlegar Rebels brings the puck over the blue line during Friday
Aaron Petten of the Castlegar Rebels brings the puck over the blue line during Friday's game against Fernie at the Castlegar Complex.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

One day after falling to Sicamous, the Castlegar Rebels bounced back in Revelstoke and shut-out the Grizzlies 3-0.

Dylan Bowerman scored a power play goal at 1:18 of the first period, assisted by Hunter Jenerou, to put Castlegar up 1-0.

At 5:04 of the second, Diego Bartlett scored a power play marker of his own to give the Rebs a 2-0 lead. Assisting on the goal were Stu Walton and Aaron Brewer.

Matt Reed, assisted by Walton, scored an empty netter for Castlegar with 38 seconds left to play to give the Rebs a 3-0 lead.

Connor Beauchamp picked up the shut-out and the game's first star for the Rebels stopping all 41 Revelstoke shots.

Castlegar plays in Beaver Valley Friday against the Nitehawks, and returns home Saturday to face Golden.

 

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