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Bucks complete comeback to stave off sweep

The Cranbrook Bucks are heading back to West Kelowna for Game 5 after a comeback win against the Warriors.

The Bucks had their backs to the wall going into Game 4 being down 3-0 in the first round of the BCHL Playoffs.

Shane Baker scored a powerplay goal to take the lead in the first period.

However, The Warriors tied the game up minutes later and added two more in a row.

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Down 3-1 early in the third, Tyler Wishart started the comeback with another powerplay marker.

Jack Silich tied the game up seven minutes into the period and Loke Södergren got the game-winner with around five minutes left.

The team will still have their work cut out for them needing to be perfect for the rest of the series and pull off a reverse sweep.

Game 5 is on April 12 on the road. If the Bucks get another win, they will be home for Game 6 on April 14.


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