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Seals edge Warriors in season finale

Reid Bowering and Keegan Bal hit key season milestones for Vancouver

VANCOUVER BC – The Vancouver Warriors wrapped up their 2021-22 regular season with a 10-9 loss at the hands of the San Diego Seals in front of a season high 9083 fans at Rogers Arena.

 

While the result isn’t what the team was looking for, two Warriors players from Coquitlam BC set significant personal and league milestones.

 

Forward Keegan Bal scored two goals and added three assists for five points.   Bal finished with a milestone 100 points on the season.  100 points is the highest point total in a season for a Warriors player since the move from Langley in 2018-19.

 

Rookie Reid Bowering established a new NLL rookie record and tied another during this game.  The Warriors rookie of the year posted two caused turnovers to give him 34 on the season and breaking the record of 33 set by Calgary’s Zach Currier back in the 2018 season.  Bowering also recovered an amazing 23 loose balls on the evening, which was a season high for the defender and vaulted Bowering to 214 loose balls on the season.  The 214 loose balls tied a NLL record, set in 2006 by current San Diego Captain Brodie Merrill, when he played for the Portland Lumberjax.  Bowering also blocked four more shots on the night and will send the season leading the entire league, not just rookies, with 26 blocked shots this season.

 

Scoring for Vancouver; Keegan Bal, Kyle Killen, Adam Charalambides and Riley Loewen each with two goals on the night, with Reid Bowering adding a single.

 

Vancouver ends the season 6-12 on the season and will not qualify for the post season.

 

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