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Terriers can close out round 1 on Friday

Brandon Stanley celebrates his goal in his first game back from injury.

The Terriers picked up a 6-2 win over the Steelers at the PCU last night giving them a commanding 3-0 lead in the best of 7 quarterfinal and a chance to sweep the series with game 4 being played in Selkirk on Friday.

The game was off to a fast and furious pace with the Terriers scoring 4 goals by the 10:26 point of the first. Brad Bowles opened the scoring followed by Brakel, Stanley and MacDonald. The game slowed from there as neither team was able to capitalize and the pace of the game slowed.

Starodub would put the Steelers on the board midway through the second on the power play, but Brad Bowles would get his second of the night a few minutes later to keep the lead at four.

Portage and Selkirk would trade goals in the third for a 6-2 final. Park would again pick up the win for the dogs stopping 14 of 16 shots on the night.

The Terriers look to close out the series in Selkirk on Friday game time 7:30pm.