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Bobcats snap Minotauros win streak on Wednesday

November 22, 2023

Bismarck forward Carter Cormier had three points in a 6-5 win on Wednesday.

Wednesday Box Scores

Minot 5 @ Bismarck 6 – Carter Cormier and Tommy Cronin each had three points on the night as the Bobcats snapped the six-game winning streak of the Minotauros thanks to a 6-5 win on Wednesday. The score was tied at 3-3 after one period as Cronin, Cormier, and Jakub Kopecky lit the lamp for Bismarck, while Colby Bear, Trevor Stachowiak, and Jordan Gibbs scored for Minot. In the 2nd period, Minot took a 4-3 lead on a goal from Niklas Ketonen, but the Bobcats would answer with three straight goals from Cronin, Luke Roelofs, and Patrick Johnson. Colby Woogk had the 5th goal for Minot. Klayton Knapp picked up the win, making 22 saves on 24 shots in two periods of work.

Chippewa 2 @ Minnesota 6 – The Wilderness won their fourth straight game and increased their lead atop the Midwest Division to six points thanks to a 6-2 win over the Steel. Slava Tugolukov had two goals and Alessandro Lurati had three points in his NAHL debut in the Wilderness win. The Wilderness scored five goals in the 2nd period, which included goals from Tugolukov, Lurati, Peteris Purmalis, Oliver Stumpel, and Logan Nagle. Tugolukov would then add his second goal in the 3rd period. Jacob Ligi and Talan Blanck scored for the Steel in the loss. Nick Erickson picked up the win, making 29 saves.

Northeast 3 @ New Hampshire 4 – Kim Hilmersson scored two goals in the 3rd period to lead the Mountain Kings to a come-from-behind 4-3 win at home over the Generals. The score was even at 1-1 after one period as Sean Bradley scored for New Hampshire, with Jiri Pospisil answering for the Generals. In the 2nd period, a goal from Josh Doolan have the Mountain Kings a 2-1 lead, but the Generals answered with goals from Ben Campeau and Jake Gutwirth to make it 3-2 for the Generals. In the 3rd period, the Mountain Kings came from behind with a pair of goals from Hilmersson. Aiden Wright made 46 saves in the win, while Peter Wickstrom Stumer made 26 saves in the loss.

Corpus Christi 2 @ Lone Star 3 (SO) – The Brahmas widened their lead atop the South Division with a 3-2 home shootout win over the visiting IceRays. Matyas Borak opened the scoring for Lone Star, with Tyler Samodral answering for the IceRays in the 2nd period. In the 3rd period, the Brahmas regained a one goal lead on a goal from Jacob MacDonald, but again the IceRays would answer as a goal from Will Reardon tied the game at 2-2. In the shootout, goals from Brock James and Borak secured the extra point. Deivs Rolovs made 18 saves in the win, while Bryant Marks made 27 saves in the loss.

North Iowa 1 @ St. Cloud 4 – Four different players scored for the Norsemen and Max Weilandt made 19 saves as St. Cloud bested North Iowa, 4-1. In the 1st period, the Norsemen jumped ahead 2-0 on goals from Hagen Moe and Carter Bradley. A goal from Andrew Cumming in the 2nd period made it 3-0 and Kyle Miller added a 3rd period goal. The lone goal on the night for the Bulls came off the stick of Charles Beland. Santo Simmchen made 37 saves in the loss.

 
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