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Wolverines stay unbeaten

Waywayseecappo Wolverines continued their dominating early season run by beating the Virden Oil Capitals for the third straight game, this time by a score of 7-2.

The Wolverines started strong, and never let up, playing a complete 60 minutes to win their third straight game in a row to start the season.

The Wolverines got off to a hot start with three goals in the opening frame. Leyton Smith scored the first goal off a 3-on-1 rush ripping it past Eric Reid.

Troy Hamilton scored the second goal when he tipped it past Reid after a point shot by Lonan Bulger on the powerplay.

Then it was Andrew Boucher with the team’s second powerplay goal of the game, squeaking it past the Oil Capitals goaltender.

In the second period, the Wolverines continued their domination with Luke Robson getting his first MJHL goal after a rebound.

The Oil Capitals were able to get one of their own from Evan Groening halfway through the period. But three minutes later, Spencer Paplawski regained the four goal lead with his first of the season.

In the third, Logan Wotton and Caleb Petrie added goals for the Wolverines. Meanwhile, Braden Fischer scored his third of the year for the second Oil Capitals goal.

Liam Tereposky stopped 29 of 31 shots in the win, while Eric Reid stopped 34 shots in the loss.

Waywayseecappo had a good powerplay, scoring two goals on their four chances. They gave up one powerplay goal

The two teams will finish their four-game set with the finale in Virden on Saturday at 7:30pm.

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