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Busy weekend in the SIJHL

By Tim Davidson Mar 6, 2023 | 11:09 AM

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs have closed the gap for first place in the SIJHL standings.

The Ice Dogs won a pair of games over the weekend, including an 8-3 win Saturday night against the Wisconsin Lumberjacks.

That followed up on a 4-0 shutout against the Lumberjacks Friday night.

The Kam River Fighting Walleye won only one of three games played over the weekend.

Yesterday, the Walleye were beaten 4-3 in overtime by the Red Lake Miners.

Kam River also split their games against the Sioux Lookout Bombers losing 4-1 Saturday night, but winning 2-0 Friday night.

The Walleye now have 76 points, which the Ice Dogs have 69 points, but have a game in hand.

Elsewhere, the Fort Frances Lakers lost a pair of games over the weekend.

There were beaten 9-2 yesterday by the Thunder Bay North Stars.

The Lakers also lost 6-5 in overtime Saturday afternoon against the North Stars.


In the OUA West hockey playoffs, the Lakehead University Thunderwolves lost 4-2 Saturday night at the Fort William Gardens to the Windsor Lancers.

The Lancers win the best-of-three playoff series 2-1.

(Photo by Kerri-Ann Kanceruk)





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