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OCN Blizzard Extend Win Streak To 4!

The OCN Blizzard took their winning streak on the road last night, in Waywayseecappo for a game against the Wolverines.

Trygve Many Guns opened the scoring in the contest, by scoring his 9th goal of the season during a power play, at 14:16 of the first period with assists from Riley Bruce and Tavis Roch.  With just under 3 minutes to go, Byron Fobair would also score his 9th of the season, with the help of Eamonn Miller and Lantz Heibert, and the OCN Blizzard would close out the period with a 2-0 lead.

OCN would increase their lead early in the 2nd, as Trygve would score his second goal of the night, bringing his season total to double digits.  Waywayseecappo would finally answer just over a minute later, as Riley Vautour would get one past Emilian Boily to bring the score to 3-1 for the OCN Blizzard.  That would be the only goal for the Wolverines, and with just 16 seconds to go in the 2nd, Riley Bruce would add another goal with assists going to Riley Shamray, and Fobair.

The Wolverines would start the 3rd with a goalie change, replacing Curtis Stewart with Isaac Labelle.  Labelle would stop all 13 shots he faced in the 3rd period, but the offense of the Wolverines would be unable to add to their goal total, and the OCN Blizzard would take the game with a final score of 4-1.

With the win, Boily improved his record to 17-9-0-1, and the OCN Blizzard improved their record to 25-14-5-0, with 55 points, and are currently 1 point behind the Winkler Flyers for 4th place in the MJHL standings.

Our next game is tomorrow night (Friday) in Winnipeg at the BellMTS Iceplex.