The Nelson Leafs lost 5-2 to Kimberley on Saturday night.

KIJHL: Leafs lose second in a row

The Nelson Leafs traveled to Kimberley on Saturday and lost 5-2 to the Dynamiters.

The Nelson Leafs lost their second game in as many nights as the Kimberley Dynamiters defeated them 5-2 on Saturday.

After a scoreless first period, Nelson opened the scoring in the second, thanks to a goal by Matt MacDonald.

After Kimberley tied the match at 1-1, Aaron Brewer scored for the Leafs to put the visitors back in the lead.

But after that, the hometown Dynamiters took over, scoring four unanswered goals to win the game.

.Joey Karrer took the loss in the net for Nelson, stopping 22 of 27 shots he faced.

Tyson Brouwer earned the win for Kimberley saving 21 of 23 shots.

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