The Bruins continued the weekend series against the Owatonna Express at Riverside Arena. On Friday night in Owatonna the Bruins kept things close but could not pull off a victory. The Bruins have continued to compete at home, coming into action with a record of 5-7-2. The first period was an excellent pace as the Bruins rifled a total of 17 shots on Charles Williams. The Express put 12 shots on Keegan Asmundson in the opening period. At the first intermission the game was scoreless. The second period from Riverside was a great pace as Owatonna picked up the play. TJ Sennot got the Express on the board first on the power play. The Express added one more power play goal from Jordan Krebsbach with less than two minutes remaining in the period. At the second intermission the Bruins were trailing 2-0. The final frame was jammed packed with action as the Bruins got a power play goal from Cody Hotchkin assists went to Mike Adomowicz and Connor Quinn. The Bruins got one more from Jack Walsh assisting on the tally was Cody Hotchkin. At the end of regulation the score was tied 2-2 and the game went to overtime. Both teams had a couple of opportunities in the overtime but no one could capitalize. The game then went to a shootout and the Express picked up the win as John Haeg scored the winner. The Bruins are in action next weekend at Riverside Arena against the Aberdeen Wings on Saturday January 14th and 15th. Bring the family down to the arena and check out the family zone and party with Bruiser. If you can’t make the game, check out fast hockey.com for live play by play.