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Terriers Earn 4 Points in Pink

Wowryk good for 4 goals on the weekend.

 

The Terriers held their annual Pink in the Rink Friday hosting the Virden Oil Capitals. For the 3rd year in a row the Terriers donned new pink jerseys and dyed the ice the same to raise Cancer Awareness and raise money for Central Plains Cancer Care.

The 1st game of an all pink weekend for cancer was held at the PCU Friday night at 7:30pm with 800 fans in attendance. This year saw both teams wearing pink.

It didn’t take long for the crowd to have something to cheer about as Adam Wowryk opened the scoring for the Terriers at just 1:52 of the first from Stevenson and Carter. It remained a one goal game until 17:44 when Hardy would score the Oil Caps lone goal of the weekend on a pass from Lewis.

The rest of the game was all dogs as they would score 4 unanswered goals from Henry x2, Bowles and Wowryk for a 5-1 final.

The Terriers then took their Pinks on the road to Tundra Oil and Gas Place Sunday in the final game of the Pink weekend.

The first 20 minutes was even with neither team converting on their opportunities and the period ended scoreless.  The first goal of the game came at 5:33 of the 2nd with Turner Santin scoring a bardown beauty on Kuehn. This would turn out to be the game winner as Wowryk would pot the next two with one empty netter in a 3-0 final and Park earning his 5th shutout this season.

The RBC Cup Champ Terriers sit alone in 1st with 24 points with the Flyers in 2nd 3 points back. The Terriers next game is on the road in Steinbach on Wednesday, they then host the Stampeders in an afternoon game on Halloween.