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Terriers win both games on the road

File photo: Rookie goalie Klassen earns his 1st MJHL win in Swan Valley

 

The Terriers come away with another 4 points this weekend with wins on the road in Swan Valley and Dauphin.

The Terriers beat the Swan Valley Stampeders 6-3 with the rookie Travis Klassen getting his 1st MJHL win in net.

Defenceman Brock Weston opens the scoring in the 1st at 3:36 with assists from Bowles and Wowryk. The period would end in a 1-1 tie as Brausen scores for the Stampeders on the PP at 18:35. The 2nd period was all Terriers with Bowles, Orr, Santin and Hendrix all scoring for the dogs. The 3rd would see a bunch of penalties as 16 were handed out. Macdonald, Orr and Mackey were all tossed for fighting. Dean Stewart would get the Terriers last goal and Last and Valentino would score for Swan Valley.

The Terriers then headed to Dauphin Saturday for their first meeting of the season with the Kings.

Although there were plenty of chances in the 1st, the first goal didn’t come until Brad Bowles scored shorthanded with 18 seconds left to go. The only other goal of the game would come just 1:31 in the 3rd on a beautiful Henry pass to Carter for his 2nd of the season.

Nathan Park was in net for the Terriers recording his 4th shut-out of the season and his 9th win. The Terriers sit alone in first with 20 points, Winkler in second 3 points back.

The Terriers next game is Pink in the Rink this Friday vs. the Virden Oil Capitals. Game time 7:30pm. Come out and support Central Plains Cancer Care.