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Wolverines fall to Virden

It was not a good night for the Waywayseecappo Wolverines as they lost at home 10-3 to the Virden Oil Capitals.

It was a high event first period with the Oil Capitals getting a quick start.

Just 2:41 into the first period, Branden Huminuk found himself in front by himself to get the first goal of the game.

Minutes later, it was Carson Buydens that was able to beat Jase Wareham from the slot to make it 2-0.

But the Wolverines got on the board when Andrew Boucher was able to tap in a lose puck to make it a one goal game.

Virden regained their two goal lead though when Braden Fischer took a cross crease pass to make it 3-1.

But by the end of the period, Logan Wotton finished off a 2-on-1 with Andrew Boucher to make it 3-2.

In the second period, the Oil Capitals got off to another great start when Parker Johnson finished off a 2-on-1 to make it 4-2.

The Wolverines were able to get back within one when Joey Moffatt scored on the powerplay.

But a few minutes later, Carson Buydens regained the two goal lead for the Oil Capitals.

Logan Rands and Nathan Driver were able to get the Oil Caps another two goals late to make it 7-3 on a five minute major penalty powerplay to finish off the 2nd.

The Oil Capitals continued scoring in the third with goals by Fischer,  Tyler Thoendel and Trevor Hunt.

Bailey Monteith stopped 22 shots for the win, while Jase Wareham stopped 19.

The Wolverines next game will be on Friday as they take on the Dauphin Kings at home at 7:30pm.