KIJHL: Leafs roll past Braves 6-2

Six different players scored as Nelson overwhelmed Spokane on Sunday.

Six different players scored as the Nelson Leafs overwhelmed the Spokane Braves 6-2 on Sunday.

Dash Thompson, Jack Karran, Brent Headon, Colum McGauley, Brendan Makay and Dale Howell each scored for the Leafs (18-16-4), while Devin Allen made just 14 saves for the win.

JJ Pichette kept the loss from getting worse with a 41-save performance for the Braves (8-26-1). Trail Thompson and Carter Jones meanwhile scored for Spokane.

The win moved Nelson three points clear of Grand Forks for second in the Neil Murdoch Division. The Leafs next host the Castlegar Rebels on Saturday.

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