Victoria drops a 6-1 decision to Vancouver.
For Immediate Release
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Kamloops, BC – The Victoria Royals fell to the Vancouver Giants on Tuesday night in Kamloops by a score of 6-1. It was the Royals last game in the Kamloops RE/MAX Hub. The Royals season concludes tomorrow night in Kelowna.
Gamesheet – https://whl.ca/gamecentre/1017533/boxscore
Royals – Keanu Derungs 1g, Matt Smith 1a, Brayden Schuurman 1a
Vancouver – Tristen Nielsen 4a, Justin Sourdif 1g-2a, Tanner Brown 3a, Marko Stacha 1g, Zach Ostapchuk 1g, Bryce Bader 1g, Justin Lies 1g, Alex Kannok Leipert 1g, Adam Hall 1a, Eric Florchuk 1a, Connor Horning 1a
Royals – Adam Evanoff (L) – 60:00 min, 31 saves on 37 shots
Vancouver – Drew Sim (W) – 60:00 min, 12 saves on 13 shots
Royals – 1/4=25%.
Vancouver – 2/6=33.3%%.
ON A ROLL: The Royals’ Tarun Fizer and Brandon Cutler have points in five of the team’s last six games. Fizer has three goals and four assists during the run, while Cutler has four goals and two assists.
LOOKING FOR 50: Goaltender Adam Evanoff is one-win shy of 50 for his WHL career. The 20-year-old Penticton native earned 39 wins as a member of the Moose Jaw Warriors between the 20017-18 & 2019-20 seasons. He has collected 10 wins since joining the Royals on Jan 10, 2020.
POWERFUL PLAY: Royals forward Keanu Derungs has done all his damage on the offensive end with the man advantage this year. In 10 games this year he has totaled five goals and two assists all coming on the power play.
Next Game: The Royals close out their 2021 RE/MAX Hub season tomorrow night in Kelowna against the Rockets. Puck drop is at 7:05 p.m. Catch all the action on The Zone @ 91.3.