SOUTH SURREY â€” The Surrey Eagles are still looking for their first away win this season after losing 4-3 in overtime in Langley on Wednesday (Oct. 15).
The Rivermen led 1-0 after a late first-period power-play goal by Kevan Kilistoff.
The Eagles didnâ€™t respond until early in the third when rookie Ty Westgard scored an unassisted goal.
The final four minutes of the game was a barnburner with both teams scoring twice more to send the game to an extra frame. The Eagles third period goals came from assistant captain Joseph Drapluk and Spencer Unger.
Langleyâ€™s Jacob Zeleznikar ended the game in overtime, scoring with 1:44 remaining in the period.
Surreyâ€™s goalie Christian Short was named the first star after stopping 55 of 59 shots.
The Eagles next game is at home to the Coquitlam Express. The puck drops at 4 p.m. on Sunday.