Friday, March 8, 2013


The Surrey Eagles weren't too kind to the Express in their final home game of the season walking out with an 8-1 win.

Surrey's depth was well on display Friday night as the Eagles got goals from 8 different players, 7 players had multiple point nights and 13 players picked up a point in the game.

The Eagles started quickly as Trevor Cameron scored 39 seconds into the game on Daniel Urbani who got the start for the Express.

The opening period was filled with lots of continuous action with nearly 10 straight minutes of whistle free play.

Former Express Brady Shaw extended Surrey's lead late in the first period as he blasted home a one timer from the slot through the legs of Daniel Urbani.

Early in the second period Shaw set up Michael Stenerson for a shorthanded goal at 1:31 for a 3-0 Surrey lead.

Kevin Killistoff's goal 7 minutes later meant the end of the night for Daniel Urbani after allowing 4 goals on 12 shots.

In came Cole Huggins who was welcomed to the game with a number of quality scoring chances turning away Brady Shaw on a pair of occasions with some athletic pad saves. He had another great save off Kevin Killistoff with his left pad.

Craig Wyszomirski re-directed a Adam Tambellini shot from the right circle for a powerplay goal to give Surrey a 5-0 lead going to the third period.

Surrey added third period goals from Colton Mackie, Drew Best and Stefan Burzan. Former Eagle Brandon Morley scored the lone Express goal on the powerplay.

The Express wrap up their season Saturday night with a re-match with the Surrey Eagles at the South Surrey Arena.

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