British Columbia fans have been down right spoiled to watch the progression of identical twins Daniel and Henrik Sedin over the years with the Vancouver Canucks.
Meanwhile, in another part of BC, one family is looking to one up the Swedish sensations.
Playing for the junior B British Columbia Hockey League's Nanaimo Clippers are 17 year old triplets - Myles, Leo and Gerry Fitzgerald. The three forwards all managed to score a goal in a recent game against the Prince George Spruce Kings. It is believed to be the first time triplet brothers each scored goals in the same game at a level of hockey as high as this.
While the Sedins are renowned for their intelligent play, the Fitzgerald boys are certified geniuses, as well as child Hollywood stars. All three shared the lead role in the 1999 movie Baby Geniuses starring Kathleen Turner, Christopher Lloyd and Kim Cattrall. They reprized the role in 2004 for Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 Jon Voigt and Scott Baio.
The BCHL isn't Junior B hockey it is Junior A hockey. It is one step below the CHL, which is Major Junior hockey.
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