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The Thompson Sports News


The OCN Blizzard extended their season-opening win streak to three last night with a big win at home over the Dauphin Kings.

 

The 7-3 final was powered in large part by the OCN powerplay, which contributed a goal in every period.

 

The Blizzard got the ball rolling early in the first with Thomas Hansell's first goal of the season, and they never looked back. Third year forward and The Pas native Lantz Hiebert scored 10 minutes after Hansell, and OCN took a 2-1 lead into the second period.

 

The second frame saw the Bilzzard add two more and head into the third period up 4-2, thanks to goals from Daylon Campbell and Wyatt Riendeau. Apetagon, BVartley and Roch all added markers in the final period to seal the victory for OCN.

 

Riese Gaber scored a pair for Dauphin, while Wilson Northey added the lone Kings' goal in the third.

 

Dorian Laganiere picked up his third win of the year for the Blizzard, stopping 37 of 40 shots.

 

The Blizzard now head out on the road for their weekend games, visiting Selkirk on Friday and Saturday, before heading to Steinbach for a Sunday evening affair with the Pistons.

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