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Wolverines lose third straight

The Waywayseecappo lost their third straight after losing to the Dauphin Kings by a score of 3-1.

Dauphin swept the weekend series by a total score of 8-2, helping them tie the Wolverines in point after the weekend.

The Kings scored the first goal of the game on a powerplay when Deepkaran Hans got his 10th of the year.

After a physical first period, that was in regards to the game before in Dauphin, the game tightened up in the next few periods.

Logan Walker gave the Kings a two goal lead 5:55 into the period off a shot in the slot.

The Wolverines got within one though with a weird bounce that went off the Kings goaltender Cole Sheffield. The goal was credited to Cody Blight.

In the third period, Myles Yearwood put the game away with a nice shot from the outside to give the Kings a 3-1 lead. The goal was scored seconds after Caden Carlson had a breakaway but couldn’t convert that could’ve tied the game.

Sheffield stopped 23 shots in the win, while Andres stopped 23 in the loss.

For the second straight game, the Wolverines were the most penalized team, giving the Kings eight powerplay chances. The Wolverines were 0/4 on the powerplay.

The Wolverines will take on the Winnipeg Freeze at home on Tuesday at 7:30pm

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