Trackers drop 7-5 decision to Sturgeon Mustangs

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The Trackers opened the scoring early on in the first, but the game was quickly tied by the Mustangs, and the score was 2-2 after 20 minutes.

The second period was relatively quiet with only one goal scored as the Trackers led 3-2.

The final frame for the Trackers was a difficult one to content with. The Mustangs came out strong and scored three goals in the opening eight minutes. The Trackers would respond with two to tie the game, however the Mustangs scored twice in a 17 second span with just over six minutes left to round out the scoring.

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Scoring in order for the Trackers were Brandon Howard, Brysan Eklund, Kelsey Young, Jarrett Malchow, and Ryan Friesen. Assists went to Wyatt Gale (2), Nolan Lagace, Alex Hanson, Ricky Bateman, and Wes Shipton.

Shots on goal were 42-30 in favour of the Trackers. Logan Edwards made 23 saves in the contest.

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