KIJHL: Leafs get shelled in 5-2 loss to Ghostriders

Nelson goaltender Patrick Ostermann was forced to make 52 saves in the loss at Fernie on Friday.

Nelson goaltender Patrick Ostermann was forced to make 52 saves as the Leafs fell 5-2 to the Fernie Ghostriders on Friday.

The Leafs were outshot 23-8 in the first period, 19-13 in the second and 15-11 in the third as they played the second of a tough three games in three nights schedule.

Tayler Sincennes, Justin Peers, Ryan Kennedy, Cole Keebler and Ryan Teslak each scored for Fernie (22-13-4), while netminder Brandon Butler made 30 saves.

Samuel Weber and Blair Andrews, with his fifth goal in five games, replied for Nelson (17-22-1).

The Leafs next face the Kimberley Dynamiters at home Saturday night.

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