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Game Recap

February 24 – Wayway and Blizzard Battle at the Roy H

The Roy H was abuzz with excitement as the Blizzard clashed with the  Wolverines in a heart-pounding battle. The final score of 6-4 in favour of the Blizzard left fans on the edge of their seats, witnessing a rollercoaster of skill, determination, and drama.

The Blizzard take an early lead in the FIRST PERIOD. The Blizzard started the game with a burst of energy, setting the tone for the evening. Riley See delivered a thunderous hit on a Wolverine player, seizing possession of the puck and sending a pass to Sebastian Hamming, who had a picture-perfect shot to put the Blizzard ahead 1-0. Griffin Ayotte capitalized on a loose puck, finds the back of the net and extended the Blizzard’s lead to 2-0. Assisted by Marlen Edwards and Lucas de la Salle. The Wolverines responded swiftly, narrowing the gap to 2-1 with their first goal of the night.

The SECOND PERIOD was a battleground of physicality and penalties. Griffin Ayotte continued his scoring spree, netting his second consecutive goal. His relentless effort followed a bone-crushing hit by Marlen Edwards, solidifying the Blizzard’s 3-1 lead. Riley See, showcased his talent with back-to-back goals. His tally of 19 goals for the season put both him and Ayotte in contention for a hat trick with a score of 5-1.

The intensity escalated in the THIRD PERIOD. Waywayseecappo refused to yield, striking twice to make it 5-3 in favoUr of the Blizzard. Undeterred, the Blizzard responded with a goal of their own, extending their lead to 6-3. With seconds ticking away, the Wolverines pulled their goalie, and their gamble paid off. They found the net once more, closing the gap to 6-4 to end the game.

Despite the Wolverines’ late surge, The Blizzard’s early lead proved to be too much for them to overcome. The Blizzard outshot their opponents 34-27 and capitalized on one of their six power play chances. With this hard-fought victory, this solidifies their position in the league standings.

February 25 – Blizzard Take Control in Virden

The FIRST PERIOD was a defensive battle with no goals scored. Both teams had opportunities, but the goalies were up to the task, keeping the game scoreless.

In the SECOND PERIOD, The Blizzard took the lead with a power play goal by Sam Zagari, assisted by Quincy Supprien and Sebastian Hamming. This was the only goal of the period, showcasing the Blizzard’s effective power play strategy.

The THIRD PERIOD continued the trend of strong defence and goaltending. The Blizzard maintained their lead, and despite several attempts by the Virden Oil Capitals, they couldn’t find the back of the net.

The Blizzard secured a hard-fought victory with a final score of 1-0. Tomas Anderson, the Blizzard’s goalie, was exceptional, stopping all 27 shots and earning the first star of the game in his 6th SO of the year. The team’s discipline and effective penalty kill contributed to the win, as they successfully defended against two power plays. This win highlights the Blizzard’s resilience and teamwork.

February 27 – Blizzard Dominate the Kings

During the FIRST PERIOD, The Blizzard started strong with Miguel Bouvier scoring at 11:26, assisted by Sam Zagari and Sebastian Hamming. The team showed excellent offense, leading in shots on goal.

In the SECOND PERIOD, Bouvier continued his streak, netting another goal at 10:24. Cale Strasky added to the lead with a power play goal at 13:11. The Blizzard’s defense was solid, keeping the Dauphin Kings scoreless.

In the THIRD PERIOD, Griffin Ayotte sealed the victory with a goal at 11:55. The Blizzard maintained their dominance, ending the period with a comfortable lead in shots and no penalties.

The Blizzard displayed a commanding performance, with a final score of 4-0 against the Dauphin Kings. Tomas Anderson, the goaltender, achieved his 7th shutout and 2nd in a row, saving 15 shots. The team’s synergy and strategic plays were evident throughout the game, leading to a well-deserved win.