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The Thompson Sports News


Last night was one to forget for the Norman Northstars.

 

The NorMan squad gave up five first period goals to last seasons' runner up, including a hattrick to Logan Wotton and two short handed markers as the Yellowhoead Chiefs walked away with an easy 7-1 victory in the first of two games this weekend. Starting goaltender Braedin Melsted was pulled after allowing three goals in the first nine minutes.

 

Former Northstar Jeremy Dutcawich picked up the win for Chiefs. The Flin Flon, MB native stopped 33 of 34 shots to pick up his second win of the season. 

 

Henry Muchikekwanape had the lone goal for the Northstars, with Lance Bobesko and Jerome Linklater picking up the assists. 

 

Linklater skated away with forward of the game honours for the NorMan side, while Jordan Pfoh was named defender of the game. 

 

The Northstars will look for their first win of the season again tonight as they wrap up their weekend series with the Chiefs. Puck drop is at 7:30. 

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