TJ Dumonceaux's first of two goals on the night would be the winner as the Vernon Vipers claimed a 5-2 home win over the Powell River Kings.
Luke Voltin put the Vipers ahead 2-1 in the second after the teams had exchanged a goal each in the first. Dumonceax tallied just past the midway point of the middle frame and scored again early in the third.
Jarid Lukosevicius and Liam Finlay swapped tallies in short order near the middle of the third to close out the scoring. Vernon fired 49 pucks on Stefan Worning in the Kings crease. Jarrod Schamerhorn made 22 saves for the win for Vernon.
Dane Gibson and Cole Pickup scored 55 seconds apart in the second and Brett Gruber notched the winner at 9:41 of the third to give the Victoria Grizzlies a 3-2 road win over the Langley Rivermen. Ryan Coulter got Langley on the board late in the secod but Gruber restored the two-goal Grizz edge which was key as Gage Torrel scored shortly after for Langley.
For the second-straight game, Brett Supinski came through with the overtime winner as the Coquitlam Express downed the visiting Prince George Spruce Kings 5-4. Coquitlam held a 3-0 edge in the first but Chad Staley got PG on the board late in the first, Jeremiah Luedtke and Braiden Epp both scored early in the second and Epp put PG ahead in the third. Corey Mackin's goal with 3:02 to go in regulation forced OT, setting the stage for Supinski who scored at 3:41 of double-OT.
Brendan Taylor had two goals and two assists and Guillaume Decelles made 23 saves for the shutout in a 6-0 Nanaimo Clippers road win over the Cowichan Valley Capitals. Taylor's opener on the power play early in the first was the winner and after Anthony Rinaldi added on in the middle frame, Taylor added his second. Nick Guerra, Jacob Hanlon and Nick Gushue tallied in the third.
Zach Dyment made 34 saves and Josh Blanchard scored twice as the Salmon Arm Silverbacks scored a 4-1 road win over the Trail Smoke Eaters. After a scoreless first, Branden Wagner scored shorthanded and Blanchard got his first to provide all the offence the 'Backs would need. Scott Davidson got Trail on the board late in the second but it was the only puck to beat Dyment on the night. Carson Bolduc and Blanchard added third-period goals.
Patrick Newell completed his hat trick as part of a four-goal Penticton Vees third period in a 7-2 road win over the West Kelowna Warriors. Newell and Taylor Ward, with his first BCHL goal, got the Vees started in the first. Jason Cotton put West K. on the board early in the second but Newell got his second late in the middle frame which proved to be the winner. Brett Mennear had the other Warriors goal, shorthanded in the third, but Dakota Conroy and Newell replied for the Vees.