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Virden wins season series finale

The Virden Oil Capitals were able to take the week series after a 6-2 win over the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

Virden got an early lead in the second period and didn’t look back to tie the season series at four games a piece before the two teams are set to meet in the playoffs.

The Wolverines were the first one on the board when the top line was at it again, finishing with a Joey Moffatt goal from Kolton Shindle and Boston Bird at 3:19.

Logan Rands responded for the Oil Capitals later on in the period with a goal from the slot that got under the arm of Brett Mirwald.

In the second, Virden scored two quick ones in the opening two minutes when Braden Fischer was able to sneak it by for the lead. Then at 2:03, Carson Buydens beat Mirwald on the glove on the powerplay to make it 3-1.

The Wolverines responded with an Owen Wheatley powerplay goal from Boston Bird and Joey Moffatt.

But the Oil Capitals made it 4-2 when Buydens got his second of the game after a giveaway behind the net.

In the third after a missed penalty call, Carson Buydens was able to get a hat trick goal to put Virden up 5-2.

He later got his fourth goal on an empty netter to make it 6-2.

The Wolverines will finish off the season with four straight games against the Neepawa Titans, starting on Tuesday at 7:30pm in Neepawa.

Waywayseecappo and Virden will meet in the first round of the playoffs.