Leafs rookie Carson Willians in action last week. The Leafs return to the NDCC tonight.

Leafs crush Border Bruins

No better way to get back on track than with a date against the Grand Forks Border Bruins.

No better way to get back on track than with a date against the Grand Forks Border Bruins.

Coming off a tough 5-4 loss to the Beaver Valley Nitehawks on Tuesday night, the Nelson Junior Leafs headed west to Grand Forks to tangle with the Neil Murdoch basement dwellers Thursday night in the Boundary city. The result was a decisive 12-1 victory.

No scoring summary was provided after the game, but the win keeps the Leafs atop the division standings heading into weekend action.

The Leafs return to the Nelson and District Community Complex tonight for a tilt against the Kimberley Dynamiters. On Sunday they travel to Spokane for an afternoon game against the Braves.

The Sunday game will be the Leafs seventh in 10 games.

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