The Bruins are back in action this weekend against the Owatonna Express. The Bruins are looking forward to a new year. The Bruins have continued to battle and keeps game close. The last outing was scheduled for last Saturday in Alexandria but was cancelled. The last game at Riverside Arena the Bruins stormed back from a two goal deceit and Connor Quinn nabbed the game winner for his first goal of his career. The Bruins eventually lost in a shootout. Coming into action the Express is in second place and has won two games in a row. Ben Persian leads the team with 29 points on the season. The opening frame the Express tallied one five on five as Lawrence Cournellier sparked the score sheet and the Express led early 1-0. The Bruins outshot the Express in period one 10-9. At the first intermission the Express led the Bruins 1-0. The second period the Bruins added a power play goal from Alex Tesensky, assisting on the goal was Christian Folin and Jordan Greenberg. The Express got back on the scoreboard when Nick Widing gave the Express the lead 2-1. The Express added one more tally from Branden Carney, assists went to Schyler Adams and Nick Endelicato giving the Express the lead 3-1 at the second intermission. The final frame was a battle as both teams went scoreless through the final 20 minutes. The Express pick up the victory 3-1.The series continues tomorrow night at Riverside Arena. The game is slated for 7:30, if you can’t make the game log on to fast hockey.com for live play by play.