The Nelson Leafs dominated the Beaver Valley Nitehawks on Friday night. The visiting Leafs shut out their opponents 8-0.

Nelson Leafs blank Nitehawks 8-0

It was a dominating performance by the Nelson squad that saw seven players tally goals in the contest.

The Nelson Leafs were firing on all cylinders last night as they traveled to Fruitvale and hammered the Beaver Valley Nitehawks 8-0.

It was a dominating performance by the Nelson squad that saw seven players tally goals in the contest.

Austin Lindsay, Rayce Miller and Blair Andrews scored first period goals to give the Leafs a 3-0 lead after one frame.

The Leafs added four more goals in the second. Cody Paivarinta, Robson Cramer, Matt MacDonald and Miller (his second of the game) scored for Nelson.

Branden Chow scored the only goal of the third.

Brett Soles picked up the shutout in the Leafs’ net.

Nelson will play host the the Kamloops Storm on Saturday night at the Nelson and District Community Complex.

Puck drops at 7 p.m.

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