Flyers Looking for Two-Nothing Series Lead

The Leamington Flyers are trying to go up two games to none in their Western Conference Semi-Final match up against the Komoka Kings.

The Flyers won the opener at home on Thursday 4-0.

Goaltender Zach Borgiel made 34 saves to pick up his first shut out of the playoffs.

Flyers Head Coach Cam Crowder says his team needs to play a full 60-minutes.

"I think for us it's just keep the momentum going and make sure we're not giving them any hope," says Crowder.  "So it's going to be tough going into their arena and get a win but that's what we expect to do."    

He says Komoka plays well at home.

"They've been a pretty good team on home ice and they're use to the bounces on the boards and things like that and we need to make sure we're ready to go," says Crowder.

Crowder says, despite the win on Thursday night, there is always room for improvement.

"I thought our goaltender was exceptional and bailed us out," says Crowder.  "We were very good defensively but all in all when you win four-nothing we're always going to celebrate a win."

Game two is set for Saturday night in Komoka at 7:15pm.