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By GWENDOLYNE HONRUD
THE COURIER 

Ice Dawgs Hit The Rink for 2020-2021 Season

Bantam Ice Dawgs Start Season

 

November 18, 2020



The Glasgow Ice Dawgs Bantam team hit the ice for the first time this season on Nov 6. Opening their 2020-21 season in Sidney, the team brought home one win and three losses playing with a short bench.

The win came in the Dawgs’ first game against Miles City. After going down 1-0 in the first period, the team rallied back and notched two goals in the second and four in the third for a 6-1 victory. The Dawgs put in a power play goal and a short-handed goal in the win.

The second game against host Sidney saw a tighter score and a 4-2 loss for the Ice Dawgs. Scores for game three against Watford City and game four against Sidney were unavailable, but both were losses for Glasgow. Head coach Michael Hunter said he couldn’t have been prouder of his squad.

He explained that a team usually looks for a minimum of six forwards and four defensemen on their team. The Dawgs suited up only nine players total for the first game and played with only seven during the next three. According to the coach, the kids gave it their all and a banged up team played for pride Sunday morning. “Watched a lot of hockey in my time,” Hunter said, “and this was one of my favorites.”

Mason Hunter, Charlie Cornwell, Kolten Hansen, Tristan Powell, Deegan Ross, Kimber Dulaney, Trevor Dulaney and Zevin Kummerfeldt played all four games for the Ice Dawgs. JP Cornwell and Brody Hansen played Friday with the Bantam team in Sidney and then traveled to Great Falls to play with the Peewees on Saturday and Sunday. Connor Koski played for the Glasgow Scottie football team on Saturday, then traveled to Sidney to lace up for the Dawgs on Sunday.

 

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