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Wolverines silence crowd in Dauphin

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines finally got two points off of the Dauphin Kings as they silenced the crowd with a 3-1 win at Credit Union Place.

It was a full team effort in the win, replicating Friday’s game which ended up with an OT loss.

In the first period, the Dauphin Kings got the ice breaker with a powerplay goal by Colby Jaquet, his fifth of the year. The goal was scored six seconds into the powerplay.

The Wolverines answered 35 seconds later with a powerplay goal of their own, when Troy Hamilton beat goaltender Carson Cherapak from the slot to get his 13th of the season, and tie it up.

In the second, there was no scoring, but the Wolverines killed off two penalties.

In the third, it was tight with both teams getting chances, but it was the Wolverines that got the go ahead goal by Caleb Petrie at 5:00 minutes left.

It wasn’t too long after, when the Wolverines got the insurance marker by Spencer Paplawski to ice the game at 3-1.

Liam Tereposky stopped 20 of 21 shots in the win, the puts the Wolverines one point back of Dauphin for first place in the West Division.

The Wolverines will now take on the Neepawa Titans next weekend, with the first of four games starting on Friday in Waywayseecappo at 7:30pm.

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