By Jamie Neugebauer
Adam Valadao had three assists and has points in his last five and has 23 points in his last 12, but it was not enough to avoid losses Friday night in Milton and Sunday afternoon at home to Mississauga.
The North York Rangers gave up four third-period goals in both games – a 5-1 defeat to the Icehawks and a heartbreaking 6-4 loss to the Chargers.
Brody Power notched his first multi-point outing of the season on Sunday with two assists while Liam Kerins has a goal in four of his last five.
Kerins has 21 points in his last 11 contests and he and Valadao join John Carpino as Rangers with 40+ points on the campaign.
North York is back in action Wednesday night when it hosts the Pickering Panthers.