Matthew Seminoff had two goals and an assist in the game, Logan Stankoven had four assists, and the Kamloops Blazers outscored the Peterborough Petes with a 10-2 victory.

“I knew I still had a lot to give, personally,” Stankoven said. We were a very focused group today and keen to play the right way. It’s nice to come out with a big win like that. »

The Blazers’ 10 goals have all been scored by a different player, except for the two goals by Seminoff.

Dylan Ernst made 28 saves during the game.

The Blazers had a lot more shots at goal than the Petes, as they had 49 shots to their opponent’s 30.

“I thought the guys were really focused today,” Blazers bench boss Shaun Clouston said. They didn’t do anything. From the first face-off, we wanted to get into checking…and I thought the guys did a great job. »

Liam Sztuska stopped 22 of 27 shots in 30 minutes. Michael Simpson succeeded him in the game and stopped 15 shots.

The Blazers started strong with Ryan Michael opening the scoring after 5:14 into the first period.

Fraser Minten added a goal four minutes later on the power play.

At 13:18, Ashton Ferster gave the Blazers a good cushion, making it 3-0, with assists for Shea Van Olm and Jakub Demek.

During the second period, Seminoff scored a power-play goal after 35 seconds. Dylan Sydor, Logan Stankoven and Demek added three more goals in seven minutes, before Hayes reduced the scoring for the Petes, assisted by Brennan Othmann and Samual Mayer.

Finally, in the third period, Connor Levis scored after 1:55 of play, Seminoff then scored his second goal of the game, and Ryan Hoffer completed the offensive festival for the Blazers.

Quinton Pagé added a final goal 23 seconds from the siren for the Petes.