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      North Stars edge Iron Rangers 2-1

      10/22/2014, 9:30pm CDT
      By SIJHL

      SUPERIOR INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE

      SIJHL MEDIA UPDATE

      Release Date: Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014

      North Stars edge Iron Rangers 2-1

      THUNDER BAY, Ont. – Matthias Gardiman’s second goal of the game, on the power play with 5:48 remaining, proved to be the difference as the Thunder Bay North Stars edged the visiting Minnesota Iron Rangers 2-1 Wednesday evening in a hard-fought Superior International Junior Hockey League encounter at the Fort William Gardens.

      The home side would notch the night’s opening tally near the five-minute mark of the first period as Gardiman buried his fifth of the season while also extending a season-high consecutive game point streak to 11 straight outings.

      Following a scoreless middle stanza, Minnesota would notch the equalizer early in the third as Noah Anderson struck on the power play at 1:57.

      With his side holding a man advantage opportunity, Gardiman then supplied the game-winner on a splendid individual effort as he picked up a loose puck deep in his own territory that was set-up by Thunder Bay netminder Eric Mann, as the Stars’ forward darted up the right side and snapped home the difference maker over outstretched pad of Minnesota’s Kyle Carignan.

      Mann was impressive in the North Stars net making 41 saves to record the win helping his side improve to 7-4 on the season.

      Carignan made 27 stops in defeat as the Iron Rangers slipped to 6-3-0-1 overall.

      SIJHL action continues Friday on two fronts as Thunder Bay heads to Ear Falls to take on the English River Miners while Minnesota hosts the Fort Frances Lakers in a pair of 7 p.m. starts.

       

      Alcock strikes late to lift Lakers over GM Ice Dogs

      10/21/2014, 10:00pm CDT
      By SIJHL

      SUPERIOR INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE

      SIJHL MEDIA UPDATE

      Release Date: Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

      Alcock strikes late to lift Lakers over GM Ice Dogs

      FORT FRANCES, Ont. – Bowen Alcock’s goal with 12 seconds remaining helped the Fort Frances Lakers rally to edge the Dryden GM Ice Dogs 5-4 Tuesday evening in Superior International Junior Hockey League play at Ice for Kids Arena.

      The visiting Ice Dogs got on the board first as Cole Golka notched his league-leading 12th tally of the campaign at 2:31.

      Special teams allowed the Lakers the pull even just over six minutes later as Miles Nolan connected on the power play.

      Dryden came out in the second and went up 3-1 by the midway mark of the contest on markers by Jonathon Philley and Joel Zieroth, which spelled an early end to Fort Frances starter Devin Tappenden’s night as he was replaced by Ryan Ferguson.

      The goaltending change spurred the Lakers on as tallies by Mason Meyer and Wyatt Cota tied things up at 3-3 after 40 minutes.

      In the final frame Dryden went back on top 4-3 at 5:55 courtesy of a power play effort from Josh Brunton, which was his first goal in the SIJHL.

      Answering back, Fort Frances struck on the power play with 4:18 to go to level the proceedings once again.

      Then with overtime looming the Lakers’ Carter Chorney worked the puck free in the corner and fed Alcock who fired home the winner past Ice Dogs netminder Tate Spronxton late to complete the comeback.

      Shots on goal favoured Fort Frances 37-28 with Ferguson picking up the win in relief and while Sproxton suffered the loss.

      Next up on the SIJHL slate has the Thunder Bay North Stars hosting the Minnesota Iron Rangers Wednesday evening in a 7:30 p.m. start at the Fort William Gardens.

       

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