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CJHL Top 20: No. 2 Powell River Kings
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February 7, 2011
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Head Coach/GM – Kent Lewis

Record – 41W 8L 3T 2OTL (87 points)
Home Record – 23W 3L 0T 1OTL
Road Record – 182 5L 3T 1OTL
Goals For – 197 (4th in BCHL)
Goals Against – 98 (1st in BCHL)
Leading Scorer – Chad Niddery (21G 50A 71P – 7th in BCHL)
Power Play – 56 for 254 (22.1% - 8th in  BCHL)
Penalty Killing – 212 of 241 (88.0% - 1st in BCHL)
Longest Winning Streak – 9 (November 26-December 29)

Why They’re No. 2

With still a month left before the playoff begin in the B.C. Hockey League the Kings have already clinched a first-round bye in the Coastal Conference, and sit 18 points up on second –place Surrey thanks to the six-game winning streak they’re currently riding. As with other top teams across the country it has been the defence that has led the way – the Kings have allowed just 98 goals in 54 games, and netminder Matt Garteig leads the BCHL in wins, shutouts, goals against average and save percentage. The dynamic duo of Ryan Niddery and Matt Garbowsky leads Powell River’s offence – Garbowsky has a BCHL-leading 40 goals, while Niddery sits tied for the lead in assists, with 50.


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