After losing their previous four games, the Comox Valley Glacier Kings got back on the winning track Friday in Lake Cowichan with a 5-1 win over the Kraken. The next night, the Kings beat Nanaimo 4-1. File photo

After losing their previous four games, the Comox Valley Glacier Kings got back on the winning track Friday in Lake Cowichan with a 5-1 win over the Kraken. The next night, the Kings beat Nanaimo 4-1. File photo

Comox Valley Glacier Kings back on winning track

After losing their previous four games, the Comox Valley Glacier Kings got back on the winning track Friday, Dec. 16 in Lake Cowichan with a 5-1 win over the Kraken.

Comox Valley held a 2-1 lead after the first on goals by Austin Montgomery-Parsons and Tynan Klein-Beekman, the latter a short-handed marker. The Kings added second-period goals from Nick Esposito, Max Gorzelnik and Jean-Michael Gilbert. Goalie Steven Reganato made 22 saves.

The Yetis followed with a 4-1 win Saturday at home over the Nanaimo Buccaneers.

Montgomery-Parsons again opened the scoring six minutes into the game — his 13th goal of the season. Nolan Bowsher made it 2-0 Comox Valley with a second-period goal. Ryan Telford added a third tally for the home side at 4:42 of the third period. Nanaimo got on the board at 11:12 but Logan Furlong added an empty net goal in the late stages to secure the Kings’ win. Reganato earned his second win of the weekend with 30 saves.

Comox Valley sits third in the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League North Division with 42 points, five back of second-place Campbell River. Oceanside leads the division and the entire league with 50 points.

The Glacier Kings next game is Jan. 4 in Port Alberni.

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