Sports Spruce Kings end Lower Mainland trip with two-game slide SHARE ON: Brendan Pawliw, staff Saturday, Nov. 9th, 2019 Spruce Kings forward Nick Poisson (Photo credit to Damon James) The road wasn’t too kind to the Prince George Spruce Kings. Nikita Nesterenko and Joey Larson potted a goal and an assist each for the Chilliwack Chiefs on Saturday skating to a 4-1 victory. The Chiefs jumped out to a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes courtesy of Ethan Bowen who potted his eight of the season past Spruce Kings netminder Jett Alexander. Prince George got behind by three early in the second period and didn’t get on the board until the 16:30 mark as Ryan McAllister lit the lamp past Chiefs goaltender Mathieu Caron cutting the deficit to 3-1. Brett Rylance added the insurance marker for Chilliwack who outshot the Spruce Kings 28-21 overall. The Chiefs improve to 12-7-4-1 on the season and are second in the Mainland Division, nine points back of the Coquitlam Express. Prince George drops to 8-11-2-2 and sit third in the same division. On Friday, the Spruce Kings dropped a 7-2 decision to the Surrey Eagles. Holden Katzalay, Buddy Johnson, Christophe Tellier and Hudson Schandor all had three-point games in the victory. Prince George found themselves 3-0 and 5-2 after the first two periods. Corey Cunningham and Nicholas Poisson lit the lamp in defeat for the Spruce Kings. Thomas Scarfone made 32 saves for Surrey while Jett Alexander got pulled after allowing five goals on 27 shots. Prince George went 2-for-4 on the power-play while the Eagles converted twice on five opportunities. The Eagles are 8-13-0-2, two points back of the Spruce Kings for third in the Mainland Division.