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Wolverines get back in win column with victory over Kings

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines turned in a much better performance on Saturday night, to take down the Dauphin Kings 6-4.

Andrew Boucher had a goal and two assists, and Tresor Wotton stopped 42 of 46 shots to help the Wolverines to a win.

After losing 7-2 to Portage the night before, the Wolverines righted the ship to start a back to back against the Kings.

Waywayseecappo started the scoring with the fourth line doing damage in the first period, as Ryan Jossy scored with assists from Isaac Nett and Landon Van Engelen. The goal was scored 2:34 into the game.

But Dauphin tied the game up four minutes later, when Deepkaran Hans got a fortunate bounce off the boards and was able to put it in the empty net.

Just over a minute later, Jackson Roth made a nice move around the Kings netminder Marko Belak. The goal was assisted by Van Engelen and Ryan Jossy.

But the Kings responded once again, just 35 seconds later when Alex Senf was able to get it past the Wolverines Tresor Wotton.

In the second period, Dauphin got out to a lead when Blake Boudreau scored.

The Wolverines ended up responding, when Andrew Boucher was able to go high over Belak.

Waywayseecappo took the lead with an Aiden Ziprick shot from the point, assisted by Jack Clarke and Max McNeil.

Dauphin tied it up with another Boudreau goal, just minutes left in the period to tie it up at 4.

In the third period, 15 seconds into it, Boone Mathison was able to get a loose puck that went off Andrew Boucher and beat Belak with a shot, to make it 5-4.

There was no more scoring until Carson Baptiste got an empty netter in the last minute of the game.

Tresor Wotton stopped 42 shots in the win, and was given the first star of the game.

The Wolverines stopped their three game skid with the win, but weren’t able to move up in the standings.

They play the Kings once again on Monday night to finish up the back to back. It starts at 7:30pm.

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