Chase Scanlan Puts Up 12 Points In Win Over Maple Ridge

The Scanlans combined for 31 points, including 12 points from Chase Scanlan as the Langley Thunder downed the Maple Ridge Burrards 18-11 on Sunday night in WLA action.

Chase Scanlan finished the game with four goals and eight assists. Clay Scanlan added five goals and five assists for 10 points and Charles Scanlan finished with five goals and four assists for nine points.

This is the second win of the season for the Thunder. Their first win also came to the expense of the Burrards on June 5 when they picked up a 10-8 win.

Aden Walsh got the start for Langley and had a huge game. I stopped 39 of 49 shots in the victory. Brandon Humphrey and Nate Faccin split the time in goal for the Burrards. Humphrey stopped 18 of 32 shots, while Faccin stopped 11 of 15.

Thunder Offence Explodes

Maple Ridge burst out of the gates to take an early 2-0 lead. Marcus Klarich opened the scoring at 2:24. Ryan Jones would then score 50 seconds later for the Burrards.

After that, the Thunder took over with a seven-goal run. Clay Scanlan scored at 7:05 followed by Chase Scanlan 50 seconds later to tie up the game. Charles Scanlan scored on the power play at 11:28 to give the Thunder a 3-2 lead. Nathaniel Kozevnikov scored on the power play at 13:06 to add to the Thunder lead.

Clay Scanlan scored at 14:35 to make it 5-2. Kozevnikov scored another power play marker at 17:23 and Charles Scanlan rounded out the run with 1:31 left in the period.

The Burrards got back on the board with Ryan Jones scoring with 16 seconds left to make it 7-3 in favour of the Thunder after one period of play.

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Goal Galore In The Second

The second period would see the two teams combine for a total of 15 goals. Clay Scanlan opened the scoring 1:31 into the second. The Burrards answered back with Trevor Funk and Jones scoring 27 seconds apart to reduce Langley’s lead to three.

Charles Scanlan scored off a feed from Kyle Playsted at 3:26 to make it 9-5 for Langley. Kozevnikov scored his third power play goal at 6:08.

Dylan McIntosh found the back of the net for the Burrards at 7:27 to reduce Langley’s lead to 10-6. Charles Scanlan replied right back 17 seconds later to make it a five-goal game.

Jones and Carter Clark combined for a pair of goals 52 seconds apart for Maple Ridge to keep themselves within striking distance 11-8.

Langley would then go on a three-goal run starting with Charles Scanlan at 11:06. Clay Scanlan added a shorthanded marker at 13:01. Chase Scanlan rounded out the run at 14:53.

The Thunder had two men in the penalty box when Ethan Quinn was called for an illegal cross-check at 15:58, forcing a penalty shot for Maple Ridge. Jones took the shot and made no mistake at make the score 14-9. Maple Ridge added a power play marker from Klarich at 17:53 to get within four.

Chase Scanlan scored unassisted with 1:58 on the clock as the Thunder led 15-10 heading into the third period.

Thunder Close Out The Game

Clay Scanlan opened the third period scoring on the power play 24 seconds into the period. The game would then go scoreless for the next 13:22.

Rhys Porteous goal the Burrards make on the board at the 13:46 mark. However, the Thunder closed out the game with a pair of goals. Chase Scanlan scored on the power play at 14:58 and Stryker Roloff finished off the game with 3:04 on the clock to make the final 18-11.

Top Scorers

Langley Thunder

Chase Scanlan, 4g 8a

Clay Scanlan, 5g 5a

Charles Scanlan, 5g 4a

Maple Ridge Burrards

Ryan Jones, 5g 3a

Marcus Klarich, 2g 4a

Rhys Porteous, 1g 2a

Dylan McIntosh, 1g 2a

Three Stars

  1. Chase Scanlan, Langley Thunder
  2. Clay Scanlan, Langley Thunder
  3. Charles Scanlan, Langley Thunder

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Shawn Slaght
Shawn Slaght

Shawn Slaght has been a sports reporter across the Canadian prairies for over 10 years and has experience covering everything from junior hockey to World Cup skiing to all levels of lacrosse. He is the Saskatchewan correspondent for All Lacrosse All The Time.

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