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Terriers shut out Pistons in Game 2 for a 2-0 Series Lead

Brad Bowles continues his 23 game point streak scoring the first of game 2.

It was a big win for the Terriers at the T.G. Smith Centre last night in game 2 of the MJHL Final. The Terriers took a 2-0 lead in the series for the Turnbull Cup with a 3-0 win over the Pistons.

Captain Brad Bowles would open the scoring continuing his 23 game point streak with a goal at the 12:18 mark of the first with an assist to Adam Wowryk. The Dogs would outplay the Pistons in the 1st twenty minutes outshooting them 12-7 and heading in to the dressing room with a one goal lead.

Kapelke would take a slashing minor less than a minute in to the second frame and MacDonald would capitalize for a 2-0 Portage lead. The Terriers had another great 20 minutes, Park coming up with a huge save on Taillefer to hold Steinbach to zero.

The Terriers picked up another goal in the 3rd as Leipsic beat Bengert with assists from Brakel and Henry. Steinbach would finish ahead in shots 27-23, but Nathan Park would pick up a shut out stopping all 27. The Pistons unable to score in the last 5 periods of play.

The win marks the Terriers 30th in a row. Game 3 is this Wednesday at the PCU Centre, game time 7:30pm. Tickets are on sale at the PCU Reception, be sure and pick them up early to avoid game day line ups.

Our game sponsor for Wednesday’s game is Portage Physiotherapy, Keeping Athletes in Motion.