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Terriers Beat Pistons in Shoot Out

Defenceman Cody Haiskanen scores the game winner in the shoot out.

 

Last night in Steinbach proved to be a hard fought win for the Terriers. It was the first time the Terriers have played The Pistons in their own barn this season.

With Park in net for the Terriers and Bengert in net for the Pistons, it was a real net minders battle.

Both teams had plenty of opportunities, but neither was able to capitalize until the Terriers Brakel put one passed Bengert on a beautiful Brandon Stanley set up. The game looked all but over with just 1:58 left in the 3rd, but Bochinski tied the game at one just 35 seconds later. Regulation ended with shots on goal 37 for the Pistons and 36 for the Terriers.

The Terriers controlled the 4 on 4 overtime outshooting the Pistons 7-2, but were unable to find the back of the net and this match would go to a shoot out.

After 4 rounds, neither team was able to score. Leininger, Brakel, MacDonald and Stanley shooting for the Terriers with Taillefer, Amsbaugh, Goderis and Penner shooting for the Pistons.

The first to strike was Brad Bowles, followed by Nick Henry and Cody Haiskanen. The Pistons kept pace with their next two shooters Gomercic and Graham, but Park would stop Bosc earning his 12th straight win.

The Terriers next game is at home October 31st at 2:30pm. All children dressed in a costume for the game will get in free.