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Wildcats, Bobcats and Bruins all win big on Wednesday

November 21, 2012

Bismarck's Patrick Moore scored twice in a 4-1 win over Aberdeen on Wednesday.

Wichita Falls 6 @ Texas Tornado 1 – The Wildcats dominated play and scored six goals for the second straight game as they picked up a big 6-1 road win in Frisco on Wednesday night.  With the loss, the Tornado losing streak is now at three as they have been outscored 18-5 during those three games.  The Wildcats scored twice in the 1st period thanks to goals from Sami Salminen and Eliot Grauer.  The 2nd period saw the Wildcats lead increase to 4-0 with another goal from Grauer and a goal from Erik Ouellette.  Texas finally brok through early in the 3rd period on a goal from Brad Pung, but that would be it for the Tornado as Jake Townsend added the Wildcats fifth goal and Salminen scored his second of the game to complete the scoring.  Wichita Falls outshot Texas 40-29 and Wildcats goalie Evan Cowley made 28 saves in the win. Boxscore

Aberdeen 1 @ Bismarck 4 – Patrick Moore scored the first and last goals as the Bobcats picked up a 4-1 home win over Central Division rival Aberdeen on Wednesday night.  In a game where both teams struggled to put shots on goal, the Bobcats opened the scoring just over eight minutes into the 1st period as Moore lit the lamp on the power play.  Aberdeen tied the game just two minutes later off the stick of Heinz Koster.  The Bobcats erupted for two goals in the 2nd period from Levi Blom and Matt Anders.  Moore added a 3rd period empty-net goal with :30 seconds remaining in the game.  Aaron Nelson made 19 saves in the win. Boxscore

Austin 4 @ Brookings 1 – The Bruins increased their Central Division lead to eight points with a big 4-1 road win in Brookings on Wednesday night.  The Bruins scored twice in the opening seven minutes with a power play goal from AJ Reid and another from Brandon Wahlin.  Brookings answered late in the 1st period with a power play goal from Eric Brenk.  The rest of the game was dominated by Austin goalie Nick Lehr, who ended up with 33 saves.  The Bruins increased the lead to 3-1 late in the 2nd period with a goal from Easton Viitala.  Jay Dickman scored in the 3rd period to bring the final score to 4-1. Boxscore

 
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