On the final home of the 2018-19 season, the Abbotsford Pilots (27-14-1-1) defeated the Port Moody Panthers (15-26-1-1) by a score of 5-1. Pilots captain Baylee Wright re-wrote junior hockey history in front of family and fans as he notched his 122nd point of the season, giving him the PJHL record for most points in a single season. Wright recorded four points on the night. Keaton Dyck recorded 22 saves for the win.
It didn’t take long for history to be made as Baylee Wright assisted Cameron Obcena (13) on the Pilots first power play of the night at 17:15 of the first frame. The assist was Wright’s record-breaking 122nd point of the season
Shots: 20-5 Abbotsford
The captain continued to add to his point total, scoring his 48th of the season at 5:34 assisted from Allan Gekhman and Jake De Waal. The Panthers spoiled Keaton Dyck’s bid for a shutout as Sukhraj Narwal (3) potted it home at 6:52 with assists from Jeffrey Hemlin and Tyson Gorniyuk. Wright added another assist on the night, feeding Jake De Waal for his 39th at 8:19.
Shots: 17-12 Abbotsford
Abbotsford came out of the gates quickly in the 3rd as Ethan Willoughby fed Jamie Housch for his 15th of the season at 1:13. Finally, Jake De Waal (40) netted his second of the night at 11:03 with helpers from Wright and McCracken.
Shots: 14-6 Abbotsford
Final Score: Abbotsford 5 – Port Moody 1 (F)
Final Shots: 51- 23 Abbotsford
Matt Trulsen: 46 saves for Port Moody (8-24-1)
Keaton Dyck: 22/23 saves for Abbotsford W (22-9-1)
Abbotsford Power Play: 1/7
Port Moody Power Play: 0/8
- Baylee Wright (ABB – 1G, 4A)
- Jake De Waal (ABB – 2G, 1A)
- Keaton Dyck (ABB – 22 saves, W)