2018 Chevrolet Vancouver Giants Training Camp: Day 2 Recap

Day 2 of Chevrolet Vancouver Giants Training Camp was jam-packed. The morning consisted of a Goalie Session followed by three 45-minute practices – One for each of the three teams (Kane, Gallagher and Lucic). Prior to the evening scrimmages the team held an outdoor barbecue/mixer outside the Ladner Leisure Centre where players, fans, staff and families enjoyed some White Spot burgers and some sunshine. General Manager Barclay Parneta then welcomed the crowd, introduced the staff and set the tone for the evening ahead.

The future of the Giants was brightly on display Friday as 2002-born forwards Krz Plummer (three goals for Black) and Justin Sourdif (two goals for White) did their part offensively while 2001-born forward Lukas Svejkovsky and 2000-born import forward Yannik Valenti looked right at home alongside veteran 20-year-old Jared Dmytriw. The trio combined for four goals and seven points for two games with Team Black. Between the pipes all four signed goaltenders: David Tendeck, Trent Miner, Braedy Euerby and Drew Sim showed well with Drew Sim earning a clean sheet in both of his appearances.

A full recap of game scores, notes, videos, audio interviews and much more are available below.


Game #1 – Team Kane (White) 1 vs. Team Gallagher (Grey) 2

1st Period – GREY – Krz Plummer from Tyler Ho off a two-on-one rush. Ho forced the turnover and fed Plummer along the right wing. Plummer then one-timed it past Jake Kovinsky.

1st Period – GREY – Brenden Pentecost with a bomb from the left point off a failed clear. Unassisted goal.

1st Period – WHITE – With 10 seconds left in the first period Justin Sourdif skates down the right-wing and rips a shot past David Tendeck.


David Tendeck and Drew Sim combined for 15/16 saves for Grey.

Jake Kovinsky and Trent Miner combined for 25/27 saves for White.

Final shots: 27-16 Gray

Game #2 – Team Kane (White) 1 vs. Team Lucic (Black) 5

1st Period – BLACK – Lukas Svejkovsky to Yannik Valenti. Literally eight seconds into the game.

1st Period – WHITE – Justin Sourdif on a breakaway. Assisted by Wyatt Cook. Five minutes into the period.

1st Period – BLACK – Jared Dmytriw from Bowen Byram and Lukas Svejkovsky. Eight minutes into the period.

1st Period – BLACK – Yannik Valenti from Jared Dmytriw less than a minute later.

1st Period – BLACK – Hunor Torzsok unassisted with a great move to the backhand as he won the puck free in the corner, and used his size to create room for himself.

2nd Period – BLACK – Bowen Byram scores off his penalty shot rebound. Goal comes with under three minutes to go on the game.


Jake Kovinsky and Trent Miner combined for 14/19 saves for White.

Jack Ford and Braedy Euerby combined for 21/22 saves for Black.

Final shots were 22-19 for White.

Game #3 – Team Gallagher (Grey) 4 vs. Team Lucic (Black) 1

1st Period – GREY – Krz Plummer from Kian Calder. Plummer took a pass in the high slot and ripped it home for his second of the day.

2nd Period – GREY – Evan Patrician does it all himself. Steals the puck at center, goes in on a breakaway and buries his first of the weekend.

2nd Period – BLACK – Lukas Svejkovsky tips home a point shot from Nicco Camazzola to get Black on the board with just north of nine minutes to go in the game.

2nd Period – GREY – Krz Plummer gets his third of the day. Dawson Holt assisting.

2nd Period – GREY – Matthew Peterson tips home a point shot from Ethan O’Halloran


Drew Sim and David Tendeck combined for 15/16 saves for Grey.

Jack Ford and Braedy Euerby combined for 23 saves for Black.


LET’S KRZ – 2002-born forward Krz Plummer (Rnd 3, 2017) led all players on Day 2 with three goals for Team Grey. He can also lay claim to scoring the first goal of camp.

IT’S TRIW – 20-year-old Jared Dmytriw (1G, 1A) and his two rookie linemates Yannik Valenti (2G) and Lukas Svejkovsky (1G, 2A) combined for seven points through two games for Team Black.

CLEAN SHEET – Goaltender Drew Sim (Rnd 3, 2018) is the youngest of six goalies at Giants Training Camp. He did not allow a single puck past him in either of his two appearances for Team Grey.

SOURDIF SHINES – Team White had two goals on Friday – Both came via Justin Sourdif (Rnd 1, 2017).



Davis Koch

Matt Barberis

Brayden Watts

Jared Dmytriw

Krz Plummer

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