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Wolverines shut down Terriers

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines defence came to play as the team shut down the Portage Terriers 4-2 at the Waywayseecappo Arena.

The Wolverines only let the Terriers get 20 shots on goal, as the team played a full 60 minutes to even up the season series against their East Division rivals.

The game started with a Kobe Campbell tip in on the powerplay that beat Jayden Catellier. The shot was from the point by Lonan Bulger.

Later in the period, Caleb Petrie scored to make it 2-0, as another powerplay was just winding finishing up.

In the third period, Kolton Shindle received a gift after a got from Bulger got blocked but landed right on Shindle’s stick and he put it in the wide open net.

The Terriers got one back with 4 seconds left in the period after Mason smith got a powerplay goal.

In the third, Carson Baptiste was able to get one by Catellier to make it a 4-1 game.

The Terriers got only one more, as Daniel Siso got one past Tereposky.

The Wolverines finished 2/5 on the powerplay in the game, staying first in the league with a man advantage.

Tereposky stopped 18 of 20 shots in the win, while Catellier made 32 saves.

The Wolverines will finish off their 2021 portion of the season with two games against the Winnipeg Blues next weekend, with the first game in Waywayseecappo on Thursday at 7:30pm.

 

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