River Kings face off in second playoff game here tomorrow

The Terrace River Kings face off in their second playoff game here at home tomorrow, Feb. 6, against Prince Rupert Rampage.

River Kings goalie Patrick Leal held the Rampages back in the first game of the playoff series Saturday

The Terrace River Kings face off in their second playoff game here at home tomorrow, Feb. 6, against Prince Rupert Rampage.

Set for 8 p.m. at the Terrace Sportsplex, the game is the second of a best-of-three series.

The River Kings won their first game of the series last Saturday in Prince Rupert, beating the Rampage 5-2.

If they win this game they will advance to the next stage of playoffs against the winner of the Smithers-Kitimat series – which Smithers is leading 1-0.

If the River Kings lose to the Rampage, they will face off for a third game at the Terrace Sportsplex on Sunday at 4:30 p.m.

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