Team BC is 3-0 in the round robin of the 2019 Canada Winter Games after handily defeating Nova Scotia on Tuesday.
Rachel Teslak (Cranbrook), Jenna Buglioli (Port Moody) and Kaitlin Chan (Richmond) all scored for Team BC in the first period, while Nova Scotia only managed to get on the scoresheet once during a powerplay opportunity.
Team BC was unable to extend their two goal lead in the middle frame, with both teams kept off the scoreboard.
Nova Scotia couldn't silence the BC offence for long though. They had a five goal burst including Kaitlyn Chan's second goal of the night and two goals from Katherine Klassen (Chilliwack). Also contributing were Chanreet Bassi (Lake Country) and Rachel Teslak (Cranbrook).
Nova Scotia's second goal of the night came in the third period, also on the powerplay.
Kiara Stecko earned the win for Team BC, turning aside 25 shots.
Team BC finishes their preliminary round sitting on top of Pool B. The only other team to go undefeated in the preliminaries is the defending Canada Winter Games champion Quebec, who are in Pool A. Both Quebec and Team BC have proven to have a lot of firepower, each scoring 19 goals in the three games. Team BC has allowed four goals in their three games while Quebec has six goals against.
Team BC will now have Wednesday off and will next play on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.