Giants Beat Rebels 6-2
By Morley Scott - January 6, 2010
Red Deer, AB - The Vancouver Giants began their time away from the Pacific Coliseum on a good note. They opened a stretch of 27 games away from the Coliseum with a 6-2 win in Red Deer over the Rebels. The Giants gave up the first goal of the game, but battled back to take 2-1 and 4-2 period leads on their way to their 26th win of the season.
Brendan Gallagher scored twice, James Henry, Craig Cunningham, Garry Nunn and Connor Redmond scored the other goals. Neil Manning and Kevin Connauton both had three assists. In all the Giants had 8 points, all assists, from defencemen.
Mark Segal got the win in net, he stopped 33 shots as the Rebels outshot the Giants 35-25. Vancouver had a solid night on special teams. They were two for three on the power play and a perfect eight for eight on the penalty kill.
Vancouver will play the Edmonton Oil Kings on Friday night to start a three game in three night stretch.
Assistant Coach Chad Scharff talks with Morley Scott and Bill Wilms on the post game show.