SUPERIOR INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE
SIJHL MEDIA UPDATE
Release Date: Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016
Dryden moves back into 1st overall with one-sided decision over Minnesota
DRYDEN, Ont. – The Dryden GM Ice Dogs moved back into first place overall in the Superior International Junior Hockey League standings Saturday after disposing of the Minnesota Iron Rangers 12-3 Saturday at Memorial Arena.
Dryden regained top spot in the SIJHL with the win and after the Thunder Bay North Stars were upended 3-2 by the Thief River Falls Norskies.
Isaiah Olschewske put Minnesota up early, but Jacen Bracko tied it at 9:07.
The Iron Rangers regained the lead 28 seconds later thanks to Korey Muzzy, but the GM Ice Dogs got goals from Derek McPhail and Bracko to in front 3-2 after one.
Dryden tacked on three more in the third compliments of Braedyn Aubin, Braeden Allkins and Sam Marit.
They then put the game away in the third outscoring Minnesota 6-1 to finish off the romp.
Eric Stout and Allkins had a pair for the GM Ice Dogs in the session while Woody Galbraith and Trey Palermo added singles.
Clayton Brown had the third Iron Rangers’ marker.
Ben Dennis picked up the win in net for Dryden while Sean Angle suffered the loss.