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Portage Grounds Flyers in 6-3 Win

After a slow start in the first, Portage picked up their game and subsequently the win and a tie for first in a 6-3 final over the Winkler Flyers.

Brody Moffatt was first to strike tipping the puck 5 hole on Lasse Petersen 3:36 into the first for the early lead. Veteran defenceman Kain Stevenson answered with a goal for the dogs less than a minute later for a 1-1 tie. Parrish reestablished the Flyer lead redirecting a point shot past Petersen. The TerriersĀ  drew even before the end of the frame with a goal from Jeremey Leipsic.

Stevenson picks up two goals in last night’s game.

Portage took their first lead of the game early in the second, McIsaac beating Martyniuk high glove. Stevenson picked up his second of the game finishing off a nice pass from McIsaac. With 18 seconds to go in the period, Corazzin cut the Terriers lead in half.

Sokoloski beat Martyniuk on the breakaway and McIsaac scored his 2nd of the night in the third for a 6-3 final.

Sokoloski scores on the breakaway.

Petersen made 29 saves for his 6th win.

The Terriers now sit in a 3 way tie for first with OCN and Winkler. Next up is Wayway this Friday at Stride Place game time 7:30pm.