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Wolverines comeback to beat Blues

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines got their third straight win after a comeback 4-3 win over the Winnipeg Blues.

After falling down 3-1, the Wolverines scored three unanswered in the second and third period to escape with a win.

The scoring was started by Ryan Jessey, with a slapshot that beat Wotton. It was assisted by Luke Janus and Ryland Kuczek.

The Wolverines tied it up late in the first period, when Boone Mathison got his 12th of the year shorthanded to tie it up.

But the Blues got right back in front, only eight seconds later when Brycen Gair tied it up walked in and picked a corner.

The Blues took a two goal lead when Brandon Funk jammed in a rebound with a battle right in front of the net. It was his 13th goal of the season.

The Wolverines came back though, and it started with Cody Blight with a wrist shot that beat Jackson McLeod to make it 3-2.

Just a few minutes later, Aiden Moser scored a powerplay goal to tie it up at 3, and that’s where it would stand for the end of the 2nd.

In the third, Owen Wheatley scored on a powerplay goal with just under 9 minutes left to go in the third.

Tresor Wotton made a few big stops near the end of the game, to secure a victory for the Wolverines.

The two teams play each other again tomorrow night, again in Winnipeg, to finish off the back to back.

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