Wiemken’s 33 Save Performance Backstops Bruins to 4-1 Win

ABERDEEN, SD – The winning way continues for the Bruins as Trent Wiemken and company clip the Wings by the final of 4-1.

For the third straight game, the Bruins would hit the road, this weekend to take on the Aberdeen Wings. It wouldn’t be till late in the first period, but Damon Furuseth would snap one past Cole Moore to give the Bruins the early 1-0 lead. This would be a lead that they would hold all night and never give up. Two minutes and six seconds later, Parker Anderson would find his name on the score sheet off an absolute rocket from the point for his first career NAHL goal to give the Bruins a then 2-0 lead. Aberdeen’s lone goal would come moments later, however, off the stick of Alexander Gullichen which would sneak past Trent Wiemken. That would be his only blemish of the night as the young Fargo, ND, net-minder would shutdown Aberdeen.

During the second period, the Bruin’s special teams would come to life. After a slow start to the season on the Power Play, the Bruins would find new a spark as of late, as Josh Giuliani would score his second Power Play goal in the last three games to give the Bruins a 3-1 lead. Late in the period, Gavin Morrissey would get his first of the season on a short-handed tally that would sneak through the five-hole of Moore to give the Bruins a 4-1 lead and that would hold on for the Final.

Wiemken would pick up his third straight win after stopping 33 of the 34 shots he would face on the night. Tomorrow, the Bruins look to complete the weekend sweep of the Wings. Puck drop set for 7:15 PM CST.