The home team continued to be 0-for-3 in the Fred Page Cup final series as Penticton won Game Three 2-1 in overtime against Nanaimo on Monday night to cut the Clippers lead to 2-1 in the best-of-seven. Tyson Jost had the winner for the Vees just 57 seconds into the extra frame. The goal is Jost’s eighth in 18 playoff games this year with Penticton. Goaltender Guillaume Decelles, who was named BCHL Player of the Week for the second straight week, made 37 saves in goal for the Clippers.
Nanaimo leads best-of-7 series 2-0
April 10 — Nanaimo 5 at Penticton 2 (2,341)
April 11 — Nanaimo 2 at Penticton 1 (OT) (2,203)
April 13 — Penticton 2 at Nanaimo 1 (OT) (1,716)
April 14 — Penticton at Nanaimo – 7 pm
April 16 — Nanaimo at Penticton – 7 pm
x-April 17 — Penticton at Nanaimo – 7 pm
x-April 19 — Nanaimo at Penticton – 6 pm
Forward Jake Ahlgren (Penticton, 2013-14) has committed to Bentley University for 2015-16. The 19-year-old spent the last season and a half with the NAHL’s Wenatchee Wild, tallying 59 points (25 goals, 34 assists) in 92 games.
Defenseman Garrett Noonan (Vernon, 2009-10) has been recalled by the Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL from the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL. Noonan posted nine points (four goals, five assists) in 38 games with the Admirals during his first professional season and added 10 points (one goal, nine assists) in 23 games with Cincinnati.