The Nelson Leafs during happier times. They lost both of their away games this weekend.

KIJHL: Coyotes shred the Nelson Leafs 4-0 in Osoyoos

This is the second loss in two days for the Leafs.

The Nelson Leafs were shredded in a lopsided loss against the Osoyoos Coyotes 4-0 Saturday night, their second loss in two days.

Coyotes put the puck in the net twice in the first period and once more in each of the two following periods and out shot the Leafs 41 to 30.

Leafs goaltender Joseph Barton was named the away star of the game and Brett Soles was the Coyote’s star.

Goals were scored by Coyotes Bobby La Rue, Daniel Stone, and two by Ryan Morrell.

The Leafs are nestled in the middle of their Neil Murdoch division with six points.

The Leafs next game is Oct. 2 against the Neil Murdoch division leader Beaver Valley Nitehawks at the Nelson and District Community Complex at 7 p.m.

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