Dawson Creek Rage lose second game to Bismarck

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Saturday night at the EnCana Events Centre the game started the way it should with a goal from Austin Adduono of the Rage 5 minutes into the first.  By the end of the first, the Bobcats had tied things up at 1 a piece.

Then it all fell apart in the second as Bismarck went on to score 5 goals and another three in the third.  Dawson Creek did try to mount a comeback in the third with a goal from Evan Ripley and Tyson McCallum, but it wasn’t enough.

The Rage lost 9-3 to the Bobcats.  The Rage now have week of to re-group and prepare for a few road trips.  There next game will be on Friday October 21 in Minot where they will play two games before heading to Bismarck the following weekend.

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