Vancouver beats Victoria 4-0 on Friday, behind shutout goaltending of David TendeckThe Vancouver Giants can clinch their first B.C. Division title since 2009-10 as early as Saturday night.Vancouver’s 4-0 win over the Victoria Royals Friday at the Langley Events Centre gave the Giants (40-14-2-1) a 20-point lead on the second-place Royals (30-25-1-2) with 10 games left in Victoria’s season.Vancouver needs a single point in its remaining 11 games to claim the B.C. banner.. They’re at Victoria Saturday (7:05 p.m., Spice 1200) as part of a weekend tripleheader between the clubs. The Royals also host the Giants on Sunday (3:05 p.m., Sportsnet 650).Friday’s win, which feature a 26-save effort from David Tendeck in the Vancouver net, also moved the Giants to within three points of the Everett Silvertips (41-14-2-2) for top spot in the Western Conference. Vancouver has two games in hand.The Giants haven’t won a playoff series since that 2009-10 campaign. They made it to the Western Conference final that year.Vancouver qualified for the playoffs last year for the first time in four springs. They lost in the first round in seven games to the Royals.Vancouver won Friday despite playing one skater below the usual 18 maximum and playing with eight defencemen and nine forwards, instead of the usual six-and-12 deployment. Defencemen Nic Draffin and Tanner Brown both played wing on Friday.Defencemen Kaleb Bulych and Seth Bafaro and wingers Lukas Svejkovsky and Justin Sourdif scored for Vancouver. It was Bulych’s third goal of the season, Bafaro’s sixth, Svejkovsky’s seventh and Soudif’s 18th.Vancouver’s missing winger Brayden Watts (shoulder), winger Dawson Holt (lower body injury), centre Evan Patrician (upper body injury) and winger Yannik Valenti (undisclosed). Giants coach Michael Dyck said Friday night that he didn’t expect any of the quartet back by the end of the weekend.