The Nelson Leafs crushed the Grand Forks Border Bruins 10-1.

KIJHL: Leafs crush Border Bruins 10-1

Nelson's offence filled the net with pucks as they hammered Grand Forks.

It wasn’t even close.

The Nelson Leafs travelled to Grand Forks on Friday and pounded the last place Border Bruins 10-1.

Sam Weber notched two goals in the first period while the Border Bruins Jay Sidhu scored the only goal of the game for Grand Forks to make it 2-1 after one period.

The Leafs’ offence then lit up the scoreboard like a Christmas tree for the rest on the night.

Goals seemed to come in pair for Nelson as Matt MacDonald scored two in the second to make it 4-1 after four minutes. In the third, Branden Chow scored two in a row to increase the lead to 6-1.

Later, MacDonald scored his third of the game with singles going to Nolan Percival, Robson Cramer and Darnel St. Pierre.

Adam Maida earned the victory in the Leafs’ net, stopping 32 of 33 shots he faced.

Brandon Locket was in goal for all 10 goals against grand Forks.

The Leafs play again tonight (Saturday) at the NDCC when the Spokane Braves come to town.

Puck drops at 7 p.m.

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