The Bruins kicked off a home series against the expansion Aberdeen Wings. It’s the first appearance for the Wings at Riverside Arena. The Wings are coming off a shootout win against the Bismarck Bobcats on January 8th. The Bruins are coming off their share of close games as well. The Bruins have lost two of their last three games in shootouts to the Owatonna Express. The Bruins have continued to battle on home ice coming into the weekend with a record of 5-7-3. On November 4th and 5th the Bruins bested the Aberdeen Wings as Keegan Asmundson picked up back to back wins for the Bruins. The opening frame from Riverside Arena was action packed as the Bruins pelted Fredrick Leisner with 16 shots. Keegan Asmundson saw 12 shots in period one and stopped them all. At the 1st intermission the contest was scoreless. The second period the Bruins got things going on the power play as Sam Olson put one in from the slot, assisting on the play was Jordan Greenberg and Connor Quinn. Through two periods of play the Fredrick Liesner had 37 stops. At the second intermission the Bruins led 1-0. The final frame from Riverside was action packed. The Bruins picked up their second goal as Mike Adamowicz fed Chase McDonald In front and the Bruins had the lead late in the third period 2-0. The Wings had an opportunity with a five minute power play but could not capitalize. Keegan Asmundson picked up the shutout as he stopped 35 pucks. The Bruins are back in action tomorrow night at Riverside arena as they take on the Aberdeen Wings at 7:00. 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.