Icewolves edge Terriers at Farrell Agencies Arena

The Yorkton Hyundai Terriers were in action Tonight (Friday) hosting LaRonge at the Farrell Agencies Arena in the city.

LaRonge started the scoring with Spencer Kennedy potting the only goal of the first period at 9:12.

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Chantz Petruic knotted the contest 1-1 1:15 into the middle stanza scoring on a penalty shot.

The Icewolves responded quickly as Kalem Hanlon scored on the powerplay at 3:19 to re-establish a one-goal lead.

Kennedy would add his second of the contest at 11:04 to make it a 3-1 lead for the visitors.

Then with only eight seconds left in the frame Jordan Guiney drew the Terriers within one with a powerplay marker.

The Terriers hit the scorecard early in the third as Ryan Granville scored as unassisted effort to tie the game 3-3 at 1:06.

The tie lasted only 18-seconds before Hanlon scored his second of the contest, an unassisted effort, for the Icewolves giving LaRonge a 4-3 lead.

Daylon Mannon scored unassisted at 7:08 to extend the Icewolves lead, and a goal by Rowan Barnes at 16:40, to make it 6-3.

The Terriers would get one more, a powerplay marker by Alec Zawatsky at 18:46 rounding out a 6-4 final.

Liam McGarva was the winning netminder for LaRonge facing 36-shots, while Philippe Bond was tagged with the loss in the Terrier net facing 35-shots.

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