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Wolverines Look For Revenge on Sunday Night

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines will have their shot at revenge just 24 hours after falling 6-3 to the Terriers on Saturday night in Portage, when they host those same Terriers on Sunday at 6:00 pm.

After finding themselves down 2-0 in the second period on Saturday night, the Wolverines scored three straight powerplay goals in 2:07 to take a 3-2 lead. Joey Moffatt would tie the game up at 3-3 before the second intermission and the two clubs would head into the break also tied 15-15 on the shot clock.

A pair of Terrier goals minutes apart in the third period would deflate the Wolverines as Portage would add an empty-netter with LaBelle out for the extra attacker and the Terriers would come away with a 6-3 win.

Now 0-3 in the season series with the Terriers, the Wolverines will look to get back into the win column with revenge after dropping two straight to start 2019.

News and Notes

Both Nick Doyle and Alex Lucken had a goal and assist in Saturday nights loss while Braden Billaney scored a pair for the Terriers.

Prospect Cole Jordan (02) will slide back into the lineup and play his second MJHL game on the back end for the Wolverines.

Players to Watch 

Terriers – Joey Moffatt (01) 32GP – 17G – 23A – 40P

Terriers – Reilly Funk (00) 29GP – 15G – 23A – 38P

You can watch tonights game on hockeytv.com or follow along on twitter @mjhlWolverines for updates.