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Terriers down the Blues and win their 11th straight game

Turner Santin seen above was good for 3 assists and 2nd star.

Although it would seem the Terriers ran away with another win beating Winnipeg 6-1, it was a lot closer than it seems on the scoreboard with some bounces going our way.

The first period would see both teams trading opportunities with neither one cashing in until Kyler Carter would put his 3rd of the season passed Parsons late in the period. With 13 seconds left to go the Blues would have a goal waved off for a high stick.

Just 38 seconds in to the 2nd period Nault would tie the game for Winnipeg, but that would be the first and last to get by Park. Carter would then score his 4th of the season and second of the night followed by Hendrix and Henry to head in to the dressing room after 2 up 4-1.

Brakel would pad the lead in the third after blowing down the left side and sniping high glove on Parsons, while Stanley would pot the final goal of the game, his first of the season on a deflection in front.

Nathan Park earns his 13th straight win.

The Terriers will look to extend their streak to 12 at their next game this Wednesday at home vs. The Dauphin Kings. Game time 7:30 pm.