Dane Dobbie keeps on keeping on.
The Coquitlam Adanac sniper again led the way offensively Wednesday night, posting four goals and an assist to propel the Adanacs to a 13-7 win over the Victoria Shamrocks.
The A's now lead their Western Lacrosse Association playoff series 2-0, with Dobbie potting 11 points in those two contests.
The 26-year-old netted the opening marker 28 seconds in, while also scoring Coquitlam's final two first period goals to close the opening frame at 5-3.
His fourth of the contest at 6: 23 of the second opened up a 7-4 lead, one that grew to a 9-5 advantage after two periods. Though Victoria would tally the first and last goals of the third, Coquitlam squeezed four more goals past Victoria netminder Matt Flindell to close out the Game 2 win.
Dobbie, however, wasn't the only fivepoint performer Wednesday, as Mark Negrin also bagged four goals and a helper. Coquitlam native Travis Cornwall chipped in with two, while singles from Kevin Olson, Daniel McQuade and Ryan Johnson rounded out Coquitlam's offence.
Coquitlam netminder Nick Rose made 31 saves on 38 shots to pick up his second straight series win. Game 3 goes tonight (Friday) in Victoria, while Game 4 is slated for 7: 45 p.m. Sunday at the Coquitlam Sport and Leisure Complex.
JUNIOR A'S ONE WIN AWAY
The junior Adanacs, meanwhile, are one win away from their fourth straight league playoff title after Wednesday's 7-6 win over the Delta Islanders.
Coquitlam opened up a 3-0 first period lead, before Delta stormed back with four in the second. Third-period goals by Ben McIntosh, Vincent Ricci and Wesley Berg closed out the Coquitlam win.
Robert Church posted two goals and three assists to lead the A's offence, which also got contributions from Andy Taylor and Challen Rogers.
Now up 3-1 in the series, the Adanacs looked to close things out in Game 5, played Thursday after NOW deadlines.