The Abbotsford Pilots faceoff Thursday 7pm against the Langley Knights in Langley and Friday night, at home, against the Port Moody Panthers.
Langley has fallen from first place in the Harold Brittain Conference of the Pacific Junior Hockey League (PJHL) to a tie for second with Abbotsford with 38 points. Abbotsford’s Win/Lose ratio is slightly better with 18 wins and 15 losses on 35 games with two overtime losses.
The Knights have a W/L ratio of 18/17 on 37 games with one tie and one overtime loss. The Aldergrove Kodiaks have moved into first place ahead of Abbotsord with 41 points on 36 games.
The Port Moody Panthers are at the bottom of the Tom Shaw Conference with only 13 points on 37 games.
On Sunday the Pilots travel to Burnaby to face the Grandview Steelers, who sit in third place in the Tom Shaw Conference.