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The Terriers hand the Kings another loss

Former Terrier and affiliated player Chase Faulkner scores two.

The Terriers win on the road and increase their streak to 8 wins beating Dauphin 5-2.

The game was closer than the score reflects as it was just a one goal game with 10 minutes to go in the 3rd. Park was solid in net as he would face some tough shots, turning them away to keep the Terriers lead.

Thiessen would score the first goal for the dogs with just over 6 minutes to go in the first frame. RBC Cup Champ and affiliated player Chase Faulkner would score near the end of the period to give the Terriers a 2 goal lead.

Faulkner would then pot his second of the game over halfway through the 2nd, but Dauphin’s Lycar would answer less than a minute later to stay within two.

Dauphin came out hot in the 3rd and gave Park a workout, at one point leading the Terriers in shots on goal, but Brad Bowles would score a short-handed beauty and take all the wind from the King’s sails. Wowryk would also score on the wrap around for good measure.

The Terriers next game is this Sunday at home where they host the 3rd place Winkler Flyer in their last meeting in the regular season, the Terriers leading 3 games to 2 in their last 5 meetings. Game time 6:30 pm.