12 Straight Wins for the Dogs

Ryan Sokowloski scores 2 goals in his debut as a Terrier.

The Terriers played host to Dauphin for the first time this season.

Terriers Coach Blake Spiller thought the Kings came out hard and outworked his team, who were off to a slow start. It would be newcomer Ryan Sokolowski who would open the scoring in his first game for the Terriers on a nice rebound from Santin.

With just under 5 minutes gone in the 2nd Chartrand would score for the Kings on a mishandled puck in front of the Terriers net and tie the game at 2. Weston would score the eventual game winner on the power play. The Terriers would lead 3-2 going in to the dressing room after 40 minutes.

Brad Bowles would score just 25 seconds in to the 3rd and Dauphin took exception to the goal celebration and the game turned chippy from there. A couple minutes later Neibrandt would score high glove to pad the Terriers lead and there was another scrum just behind the net.

Hendrix and Campbell decided to go after an uncalled stick infraction and both were tossed for fighting. Shortly after Davidson went after Wowryk after he delivered a strong check laying out a Dauphin defenceman and breaking his stick. Davidson was ejected for fighting and Wowryk received 4 minutes.

The King’s Garrioch would score a 3rd goal on a screened shot and that was it for the Kings. The Terriers Sokolowski would score his 2nd of the night for a 6-3 final giving the Terriers their 12 straight win and Nathan Park his 14th.

The Terriers sit alone on top of the leader board now 7 points ahead of the 2nd place Winkler Flyers.

The Terriers are on the road this weekend in Swan Valley friday and Wayway on saturday.