Reay Slams Door Shut On Pistons To Earn First Career Shutout

Nathan Reay was spectacular in stopping all 41 shots to lead the Waywayseecappo Wolverines to a 1-0 victory over the Steinbach Pistons on Sunday night to earn his first career MJHL shutout.

It was an uneventful first ten minutes of the first period between the Wolverines and Pistons.

Seconds after the Wolverines killed off a Pistons powerplay, Greg Lee beat Matt Radomsky over his glove on a nice pace from Anthony Bilka on the 2-on-1 to give the Wolverines a 1-0 lead at 13:39.

Thanks to a few nice saves from Wolverines goaltender Nathan Reay, Waywayseecappo would head into the first intermission leading 1-0.

Just like the start of the game, the second period was quite uneventful.

Nathan Reay made his fair share of quality saves to keep the Wolverines in the lead 1-0. Stopping all 22 shots through forty minutes of play, Waywayseecappo would enter the final period with their 1-0 lead.

Conrad Phillips had a chance to give the Wolverines a two-goal lead in the third period, but Matt Radomsky would make a nice pad save to keep the game at 1-0.

It was truly a battle of the goaltenders on Sunday night. Nathan Reay made an incredible pad save on the doorstep with under four minutes to play to keep it a 1-0 game.

Steinbach would throw everything but the kitchen sink at Reay and the Wolverines as Waywayseecappo would win their third straight game in a 1-0 triumph over the Steinbach Pistons.

Now 27-25-2-3 on the season, the Wolverines sit just one point back of the Dauphin Kings for seventh place in the standings with the same amount of games played.

Next up for the Wolverines is a date with the Winnipeg Blues on Tuesday night in Waywayseecappo at 7:30.