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This past week the Flin Flon Bombers faced off against the Kindersley Klippers in back-to-back weekend games at home. The Bombers came out in regular fashion Friday night, scoring two goals in the first period, coming from Dawson Karol and Carter Anderson. Going into the second, the Klippers kept the Bombers on their heels, scoring in the first minute of the period to make it 2-1. It wasn’t long until the Bombers answered back with one of their own to make it 3-1, coming from Brock Mueller. That opened the flood gates for the Bombers as they scored three more to finish off the period and make it 5-1, goals coming from Alexi Sylvestre, Liam Bridger, and Cole Tanchuk. The Klippers were able to score one more in the third period, but it wasn’t enough as the Bombers put two more in the back of the net to win the game 8-2.
The Bombers out shot the Hounds 46 to 32. Kenny Marquart stopped 23 of 25 shots before receiving a game misconduct in the final period for fighting/instigating. Harmon Laser-Hume stepped in to stop 6 out of 6 shots. The Bombers went 1/3 on the powerplay but struggled on the penalty kill letting the Klippers score twice on five chances.
The Bombers came out strong Saturday night as well, scoring two goals in the first period, both coming from Kylynn Olafson. It was the second period where the Klippers finally started to take control and find their footing, scoring two goals within 20 seconds of each other to tie it up 2-2. The Bombers answered back quickly with Alexi Sylvestre putting one in the back of the net six seconds after. To start off the third period, the Klippers tied up the game again one minute into the period, making it 3-3. The Klippers did their best to try and take the lead, getting some good opportunities, but Alexi Sylvestre once again put one home to take the lead and the game 4-3.
The Bombers out shot the Hounds 51 to 32. Harmon Laser-Hume stopped 29 of 32 shots. The Bombers went 1/3 on the powerplay and stopped the Klippers all five times on the penalty kill.
The Bombers collected all four possible points this weekend and marked their tenth win a row. They now sit at first place in the Sherwood Division and the SJHL with 23 points and a 11-0-1-0 record.