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Giants come from behind to beat Blazers 5-2, force Game 6

Giants come from behind to beat Blazers 5-2, force Game 6
A pair of goals 59 seconds apart early in the third period were enough to sink the Kamloops Blazers at Sandman Centre on Friday, dropping a 5-2 decision to the Vancouver Giants — forcing a Game 6 to be played Sunday in Langley.

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Announced attendance at Sandman Centre was 4,337.Jesper Vikman stopped 35 of 37 Kamloops shots.

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