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Dryden Ice Dogs
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Jordan Larson tallied twice and set-up two others to help lead the Fort Frances Lakers past the visiting Dryden Ice Dogs 5-3 Tuesday in Superior International Junior Hockey League action at Ice for Kids Arena.
The 16-year-old Larson, the SIJHL’s leading point producer with 27 in just 12 games, notched the only goal of the opening period as he beat Dryden starter Brett Timmerman at 14:02.
Colton Spicer would extend the Fort Frances lead early in the second stanza to make it a 2-0 game after 40 minutes.
The two rivals would then light it up in the third with three tallies apiece.
THUNDER BAY NORTH STARS 4 DRYDEN ICE DOGS 3 (SHOOTOUT)—At the Fort William Gardens in Thunder Bay the North Stars rallied from a two-goal deficit to edge visiting Dryden 4-3 in a shootout.
The Ice Dogs would jump out to a 2-0 lead after one period courtesy of a pair of tallies from Ryan Lobreau.
Brandon Wolframe would trim the deficit in the second stanza making it a one-goal contest at 15:05 as he beat Dryden netminder Dustin Stevens with his fourth of the season.
Quinn Rempel, on the power play, and Bradley Cox, with his first SIJHL marker, would strike 33 seconds apart respectively early..
THUNDER BAY NORTH STARS 6 DRYDEN ICE DOGS 2—Newcomer Marc Nother, acquired earlier this week from Wellington of the OJHL, made 28 saves in his SIJHL debut to backstop Thunder Bay to the win.
Devin Fullum and Sam Dubinsky would stake the Stars to a 2-0 lead after one period of play.
Thunder Bay would take control in the middle session striking four times to make it 6-0 after 40 minutes as Quinn Rempel, Marshall Fox, Matthew Alexander and Dubinsky, once again, all found the back of the net.
Another newcomer to the Stars’ line-up, veteran forward Kyle Lapenskie dished out two assists in his..
Thirteen was the lucky number of the last Dryden Ice Dogs game.
Defeating the Iron Range Ironheads, the newest addition to the Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL) with a final score of 13-0.
The Dogs saw their first match-up against the American team on Sat., Oct. 8 and defeated the Iron Range team with a score of 5-1.
Chris Belhumer, saw his first goal with the SIJHL following with a hat trick, with two goals in the first period and one in the third.
Jesse Linner, Ian Schachte, Dallas Allaire and Thomas Greene each saw a pair of goals, with Tom Kuhn and Bryce Maggrah adding..
Cole Sonstebo scored four times and set-up another to help pace the Dryden Ice Dogs past the Duluth Clydesdales 6-3 Sunday in Superior International Junior Hockey League play at the Heritage Sports Center.
Jordan Shockley would open the scoring for Duluth as his power play effort eluded Dryden starter Dustin Stevens at 7:53 of the opening period.
Diego Breckenridge would knot the contest three minutes later with the only other goal of the stanza.
Shockley’s second of the night gave the Clydes another lead at 6:46 of the middle session, but Sonstebo would tie it before the frame was..
Anthony Wolfe’s goal with 2:51 proved to be the game-winner as the Sioux Lookout Flyers rallied for a late, come from behind, 5-3 victory over the visiting Dryden Ice Dogs Tuesday in Superior International Junior Hockey League play at Memorial Arena.
Dryden’s Diego Breckenridge would open the scoring 2:38 into the contest only to see the Flyers’ Tim McFatridge level the proceedings 28 seconds later.
Cody Block would give the home side the lead with the only tally of the middle frame as his second of the season slid past Ice Dogs’ netminder Dustin Stevens at 14:27.
Dryden would then..
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