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Chiefs knock off Eagles in overtime

Will Calverly’s 10th goal of the season at the 1:54 mark of the first overtime period gave the Chiefs a 4-3 win in Surrey Friday night.

Daniel Chenard was sharp in net, turning away 38 Surrey shots to earn his second win of the season.

The win improves the Chiefs record to 10-8-1-2 and moves them to within four points of the division leading Langley Rivermen who dropped a 4-3 overtime decision in Prince George Friday.

The Eagles took a 2-0 lead on goals by Desi Burgart with 41 seconds left in the second period and John Wesley with just eight seconds gone in the third period.

Three straight goals by the Chiefs erased the deficit.

Bryan Allbee started the comeback with a power play goal, his sixth of the season and fourth in his last two games at the 1:39 mark.

Ninety nine seconds later Adam Berg tied the game at two when he scored his second of the season on a breakaway. Berg was sprung free on a beautiful pass from Kaden Pickering.

Just over five minutes later the Chiefs took their first lead of the game on Jared Turcotte’s second of the season set up by Core Andonovski and Regan Kimens

The Eagles forced overtime on Wesley’s second of the night with goaltender Daniel Davidson on the bench for an extra attacker with 1:23 left in the third.

Shots on goal favored the Eagles 41-26.

Chilliwack was 1/2 on the power play and 3/4 on the penalty kill.

The Chiefs host the Coquitlam Express Saturday night. Game time is 7pm.