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Chill beat Jets in OT on Thursday, 5-4

April 6, 2017

Kevin Dineen scored the overtime winner on Thursday night.

Janesville 4 @ Coulee Region 5 (OT) – The Chill kept their hopes for 3rd place alive with a thrilling 5-4 overtime win on Thursday night. Five different players scored for the Chill in the win.  Each team yielded a goal in the 1st period with Frank Sullivan starting things off for the Jets, with Steven Quagliata answering for Coulee Region. The Jets would regain their one-goal lead early in the 2nd period with a goal from Logan Ommen, which was his first NAHL goal. After that, the Chill went on a three-goal run to take a 4-2 lead, which included goals from Caleb Schroer and Justin Kendall in the 2nd period and Billy Duma in the 3rd period. The Jets did not give up however, as they scored two goals in the final four minutes of regulation to send the game to overtime as Cullen Munson scored his 20th goal of the season and Peter Bates scoring his 24th of the season. Less than two minutes into the overtime, the Chill found the game-winner off the stick of Kevin Dineen, who was the recipient of a nice pass from Quagliata, and placed a wrist shot in the top corner over the glove of Jets goalie Derek Schaedig. Brad Arvanitis made 27 saves in the win for the Chill, while Schaedig also made 27 saves in the overtime loss. Boxscore

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