Shelby Oldfield scored twice and assisted on two others as the Dawson Creek Junior Canucks earned their second consecutive win this weekend in Sexsmith with an 8-7 victory over the Vipers on Saturday. The Canucks pummeled the Vipers net outshooting Sexsmith 46-25 and took a 7-3 lead into the third period before Sexsmith made a game of it putting four on the board to Dawson Creek's one in the final frame. “I don't think we came out flat [in the third] we stuck with them [Vipers] the whole way through,” said Canucks assistant coach Ashley Rude on Sunday. “It was just little mistakes that we need to cut down on, that allowed them back in the game. “We made some mistakes in the third period that they were able to capitalize on, giving the puck up at the blueline for one.” Spencer Gover, Mitchell Palfi and Canucks' captain Riley Muise scored in the first period to put Dawson Creek up 3-2 before Oldfield and Brennan Strasky hooked up for two powerplay goals to start the second and give the Canucks a 5-2 lead. Strasky assisted on both Oldfield's man-advantage markers and finished the night with three helpers. Justin Greyeyes and Adam Huttema also lit the lamp for the Canucks in the second. However, a pair of Viper powerplay goals from Chris Beal and Colby Klassen, and Jordon Nearing's second of the game drew Sexsmith to within one at 7-6 with five minutes left in regulation. But Brett Norman – the Canucks newest addition – iced it for Dawson Creek scoring the game-winner with four minutes to go. Muise set up Norman's game-winner and finished with three points, while Colten Anderson got the win in net stopping 18 shots. Rude commented on the flood of goals from the Canucks after struggling all December to bury the puck, saying that the team did a better job creating second and third chance opportunities in Friday's 6-5 comeback win against Fort St. John and Saturday versus the Vipers. “They worked hard at getting to the net and took advantage of loose pucks and rebounds,” he said. “It was a tough December but guys came out energized and ready to play, and we just have to keep that focus down the stretch and into the playoffs.” Dawson Creek's win on Friday ended a five-game losing streak that began on Dec. 1.