The Bruins pull the hammer out of the toolbox
The Bruins were back in action this Saturday night against the Coulee Region Chill at Riverside Arena. The first game of the series Austin battled for 60 minutes but came up short. The Bruins got two goals from James Dickinson; the Tennessee native is tied for third on the team in scoring with Alex Tesensky. The Chill come into action tied for 2nd place in the Central with the Owatonna Express. The opening frame from Riverside was fast pace just like the previous night. The Chill got on the board first as Connor Gaarder got a pass from David Mylrea. The Bruins had a couple of scoring opportunities in the first period they fired ten shots on goaltender Aaron Davis. After one period of play the Chill led 1-0. The middle frame the Bruins picked up the pace right away. Christian Folin scored an unassisted goal just 47 seconds in to the period. Five minutes later it was Charlie Adams who scored an unassisted goal and the Bruins led 2-1. The Bruins continued to battle as they got a power play goal from Chris Fischer, assisting was new acquisition Tory Cagana. The Chill answered back with a goal from Zac Frischmon after two periods the Bruins led 3-1. The final period the Chill tied it up courtesy of Connor Gaarder. With the game tied 3-3 Cody Hotchkin scored giving the Bruins a one goal lead, assisting on the play was Matt Pilot and James Dickinson. Putting the icing on the cake was Jordan Greenberg as the Bruins won 5-3 and finish the weekend with a split. The Bruins are back in action at Riverside on the 31st of December as they face off against the Owatonna Express. Tune into fasthockey.com for live play by play.