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Wolverines win in OT

Andrew Boucher played overtime hero as the Wolverines beat the Selkirk Steelers 4-3 in a nail-biting game.

His goal with 57 seconds left in OT, gave the Wolverines their second straight win.

The first period got off to a bad start for the Wolverines as the Selkirk Steelers scored two goals within the first two minutes to make it 2-0.

Sheldin Howard scored on the powerplay, and then 23 seconds later, it was Dante Ballarin the put it past Liam Tereposky to make it 2-0.

In the second period, the Wolverines got on the board with the powerplay goal by Logan Wotton.

The Steelers bounced back the goal to get a two-goal lead back, after a 2 on 1 that ended with a Quinton Hill goal.

The Wolverines got within one goal again when Jacob Charko finished off a nice passing play from Colby Wotton and Liam Tereposky.

In the third period, the Steelers nearly snuck away with the win, but a late goal by Jacob Charko tied the game with 50 seconds left to go.

In overtime, it was Andrew Boucher with the overtime winner after a Logan Wotton shot went wide and bounced back for Boucher to tuck it in to the empty net.

The Wolverines won the game after outshooting the Steelers 38-19 in game. Liam Tereposky stopped 16 shots for the win, while Cole Plowman stopped 34 in the loss.

The two teams will face each other once again on Saturday in Selkirk at 7:30pm.

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