Portage started the weekend on the road heading to Wayway to face the Wolverines for the second time this season.
Chase Brakel opened the scoring for the Dogs just 2:06 into the game with Sokoloski adding his first of the night to close out the period. The Terriers outshot the Wolverines 14-3.
Former Wolverine Dylan Tanner added a pair of goals in the 2nd along with Sokoloski, McIsaac and Roy for a 7-0 Portage lead after 40 minutes.
Owen Lee scored for Wayway in the third and Ryan Sokoloski completed his hat trick for an 8-1 Terrier final. Petersen picked up the win in net facing just 18 shots.
Swan Valley visited the Dog Pound on Sunday after falling to the Flyers in Winkler saturday night.
Rylee Zimmer scored his 8th of the season halfway through the first for an early Portage lead. It was the only goal in the first frame, Swan outshot the dogs 8-7.
Scott Mickoski added an unassisted marker followed by Barnstable burying his own rebound off the back boards for a 3-0 Terrier lead halfway through the period.
Swan turned it on in the second with Jameson and Navrot cutting the lead to one.
Jacob Brown added an insurance marker 1:50 into the third and Portage held off the Stampeders for the remainder of the game for a 4-2 final. Petersen picking up another win with 26 saves.
Next up for the Terriers is their first trip to Steinbach this Wednesday.
Cheque Presentation to Central Plains Cancer Services
Prior to the game on sunday, President Stan Killam made a cheque presentation on behalf of the Terriers’ Organization to Central Plains Cancer Services Executive Director Sharilyn Knox for the money raised at our night for Cancer game on October 28th.
In all the 50/50, silent auction and jersey auction raised $6502 to go towards to great work and services CPCS provides.