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Norsemen Move Into Tie For Final Playoff Positions

April 5, 2024

Kowin Belsterling netted the overtime winner for the Jackalopes

North Iowa 1 @ St. Cloud 6: Six different Norsemen found the back of the net as St. Cloud defeated North Iowa 6-1. Hagen Moe, Tyler Dysart and Jack Christ each had a goal and an assist for St. Cloud. Michael Coleman, Hudson Blue and Sammy Crane also found the back of the net for the Norsemen. Jackson Schouten provided the only goal for North Iowa. Max Weilandt was nearly perfect as he stopped 14 of 15 shots. Connor Graham was given the loss, he finished the evening with 31 saves.

Springfield 5 @ Minnesota 4: The Springfield Jr. Blues delivered a brutal blow to the Minnesota Wilderness playoff chances as the Jr. Blues edged the Wilderness 5-4. Minnesota led 3-0 after 20 minutes of action as Gustavs Ozolins, Payton Nelson and Beau Danzig found the back of the net. Dylan Glinski got Springfield on the board but Peteris Purmalis restored the Wilderness three goal lead. Logan Opgrand scored his first of the season to spark the Jr. Blues comeback. In the third, Glinski scored his second goal of the night followed by a goal from Logan Sutton that tied the game. A few minutes later Logan Ganz delivered the eventual game winning goal for Springfield. Matt Schoephoerster earned the win in goal as he made 30 saves. Nick Erickson and Adam Prokop combined to make 22 stops in the loss for Minnesota.

Odessa 7 @ Corpus Christi 6 (OT): Kowin Belsterling scored the game winning goal in overtime to lift the Odessa Jackalopes to a 7-6 win over the Corpus Christi IceRays. Michael Kadlecik netted two goals while Nick Medellin notched a goal and two assists for the Jackalopes. Hayden DeMars had a goal and an assist while Jeremy Jacobs and Marcus Fechko also got on the scoresheet for Odessa. Dylan Jensen and Troy Pelton picked up a goal and two helpers each. Pierson Sobush grabbed a goal and assist of his own. Carter Krenke, Cody Kempf and Will Reardon all lit the lamp for the IceRays. Maksim Bely and Ivan Zhigalov teamed up to make 28 saves with Bely earning the win in relief. Bryant Marks was dealt the loss as he finished the night with 29 saves.


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