Eventually the Rage would be awarded a power play and suffered a disallowed goal, thus keeping the score at 0-0. Kenai River would make it 1-0 as the first period came to an end.
The second period started with the visiting Dawson Creek team working hard on the forecheck and playing smart defensive hockey. The Brown Bears continued with their power play success as they made it a 2-0 hockey game. The Rage went on to fight for momentum with constant hard work and solid goaltending from Jack Surgenor.
The third and final frame saw Dawson Creek finally be awarded for some of their hard with a big goal from Bobby Turnbull. This would prove to spark the Rage as the team only looked sharper as the period went on. Jason Wark would tie the game with the man advantage on a deflection from a Dylan Smith point shot. The visiting team took full advantage of the momentum that came well deserved. It wasn’t long after when Josh Hartley would step into a slap shot making it 3-2 for the Rage. Kenai River would attempt to fight back but Stephen Saretsky would finalize the score at 4-2 for Dawson Creek.
The Rage will now travel to Anchorage for three games starting Monday night against the Avalanche.
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