Port Moody, BC -Noah Masog made an impressive 58 saves and earned first star honors in his junior hockey debut with the Port Moody Panthers in the Pacific Junior Hockey League. Masog’s performance in net would backstop a 3-2 Panther win against the Grandview Steelers on Saturday.
“It was a team effort. The guys were playing great in front of me so I did what I could to steal the win for them. It felt great, and it was a lot of fun winning that game.” said Masog.
With the win, the Panthers improved to 2-0 on the year. They topped the Surrey Knights on the road, 9-1 on Thursday. The Panthers will next take on the Aldergrove Kodiaks at home on September 15th.