Legends Cup wraps up Giants Training Camp

Team Howe edges Team Quinn 5-4 at Ladner Leisure Centre

The Vancouver Giants wrapped up their 2019 Chevrolet Training Camp on Sunday morning at the Ladner Leisure Centre with Team Howe trimming Team Quinn 5-4 in the annual Legends Cup game.

A goal from 2019 Bantam Draft pick Jaeger Murdock with 1:44 remaining proved to be the difference in the intersquad battle that wrapped up the four-day camp. 

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As the most senior player on the Howe roster, defenceman Tanner Brown accepted the Legends Cup afterwards. He has played on the winning team in each of the previous three Legends Cup games.


Justin Lies, Josh Niedermayer, Nathaniel Hinds and Nicco Camazzola also registered goals for Team Howe who received 40 combined saves from goaltenders Drew Sim and Sean Norum.

Justin Sourdif responded with two goals for Team Quinn while Jack Seaverson and Brenden Pentecost added singles. Seaverson also had two assists. Goaltenders Ethan Rau and Conor Smith combined for 38 saves.

Six of the Giants 11 draftees from 2019 recorded at least one point.

The Giants will open their pre-season schedule next weekend in Everett with games against Seattle, Portland and Spokane.

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