The Bruins welcomed the Alexandria Blizzard to Riverside Arena this Friday night, as the first of a two game series this weekend. The Bruins came into action after a split series against the Bismarck Bobcats. It’s the first home game at Riverside since Pink night where the Bruins raised more than 22,000 dollars for breast cancer research. The Blizzard came into action this weekend after a split with the Aberdeen Wings and fourth place in the Central Division. The first period from Austin Minnesota was all Blizzard as Alexandria scored just 2:33 into the event. Reid Sturos scored the goal on the rush; it was Sturos first goal as a member of the Alexandria Blizzard. The Blizzard than added one on the power pay from Jordan Nelson assisting on the goal was Rock Einerson and Mike Krieg. At the end of period number one the Blizzard had fifteen shots and then Bruins had five. The second frame was all Bruins as they continued to pick up the pace. Jordan Greenberg shot one past Jake Williams as the Bruins picked up their first tally of the night. Assists went to Charlie Adams and Alex Tesensky. The Bruins than tied it up as Alex Tesensky was able to get a stick on a loose puck in the slot, Assists went to Jordan Greenberg and Michael Matthes. With the game tied up at two, both teams hit the locker rooms geared up for period number three. The final frame the Bruins started the period with a power play as Trevor Waldoch hit the back of the net. Assists on the goal went to Jordan Greenberg and Michael Matthes. The Bruins were able to hold on to their one goal lead and get the victory 3-2. The Bruins take on the Blizzard tomorrow night at Riverside Arena. If you can’t make it to the game join the broadcast at fast hockey.com, for live play by play.