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Dylan Tanner picks up 2 goals and first star.

Terriers Pull Off the Win in OT

It took an extra 2:56, but Portage walked away with the 2 points against Selkirk last night at Stride Place. James McIsaac scored the game winner beating Dola blocker side.

McIsaac holding court in front of Dola in the first.

Portage took the early lead on a beautiful point shot from Cody Thompson on the powerplay at 7:16. Selkirk would score the next 2, Hillis and McFadden. Dylan Tanner tied things up with his first as a Terrier.

Cody Thompson buried this shot on the powerplay for the first of the game.

On a roll, Tanner picked up his second of the night making the most of a scramble in front. It would be the lone goal of the period.

Castellano scored on the partial breakaway off a Portage giveaway at our blueline. Unable to decide the game in regulation, Portage picked up the win in the extra frame.

Lasse Petersen picked up the win in his first game as a Terrier making 27 saves in the effort. Next up for the Terriers is the Winnipeg Blues this Sunday at home game time 6:30pm.

Lasse Petersen

Terriers 80’s Alumni Night

In celebrating their 50th Anniversary season, the Terriers have been holding decade nights inviting players of the past to come back to the Dog Pound to enjoy a game.

Last night there were close to 20 80’s alumni in attendance. Among them were Shane Moffatt and Brad McGinnis, both point record holders for the Terriers.

3 of the Terriers coaching staff are also 80’s alumni, Blake Spiller, Paul Harland and Ken Brooks.

” It was a great night to come out with the guys, visit with some old friends and take in some hockey. I really enjoyed my time here in Portage and it’s always good to come back. Once¬† a Terrier,¬† always a Terrier. Oh yeah and I beat Shane Moffatt at a shooting contest tonight. ” – Darryl Albrecht played from 87-89

Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Player of the Month

MLL’s Player of the Month for October was awarded to assistant captain Jeremey Leipsic. Jason Bond handed out the award at last night’s game.