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Bantam Ice Dawgs Take Two in Havre

The Bantam Ice Dawgs took two decisive victories in Havre over the weekend. Glasgow defeated the Ice Hawks 9-2 Dec. 16 and 14-4 Dec. 17.

Glasgow leapt out to a 3-1 lead at the end of the first period Friday. Brody Hansen netted the first two Dawgs’ goals before Havre lit up the scoreboard, the first a power play goal. Gryffen Collins added the insurance goal on an assist from Hansen before the buzzer sounded.

Hudson Honey hit a PPG early in the second followed by two goals from Hansen, with a Collins assist on the second, and a goal from Carter Holte, assist Hansen. Glasgow carried a 7-1 lead into the intermission.

The Ice Hawks found the back of the net once early in the third but the Dawgs responded with goals from Halle Hunter and Hansen, giving Glasgow the 9-2 victory.

Glasgow served 4 minutes 30 seconds on three penalties while Havre had two penalties for three minutes in the box. Hansen, cross-checking, and Hunter, roughing, each served time in the first period. Collins served 1:30 in the third for cross-checking.

Jacob Potter saw 23 attempts on his net, turning in a 91.3 save percentage while his teammates threw 29 pucks at the Hawks’ netminder.

Glasgow returned to the ice Saturday fired up again. The Dawgs found the back of the net five times in the first period while holding the Ice Hawks to a single goal.

Hansen scored twice before Havre found the back of the net. Jack Miller scored a PPG for the insurance goal. Hansen netted two more before the buzzer with an assist from Hunter on the first.

Miller hit a goal to start the second with Reilly Llewellyn and Landon Honey getting the helpers. Hansen, assist Hunter Negus, hit the second of the second period and then netted his sixth goal of the game before Havre scored twice more.

Glasgow closed out the second period with three more goals and an 11-3 lead. Collins hit the back of the net with an assist from Hansen and L. Honey netted two shorties less than a minute apart.

Collins hit a PPG to start the third before Havre scored their final goal of the game. Collins netted another PPG with a helper from L. Honey and Negus closed out the game with a goal, assisted by H. Honey.

Glasgow served seven minutes, 30 seconds on five penalties, as did Havre. Hansen and L. Honey both sat for roughing in the first period, while Hansen served an interference call in the second. Collin, tripping, and Hunter, cross-checking, spent time in the box in the third.

Potter saw 42 attempts on his net, giving him a 90.5 save percentage. The Dawgs fired 41 pucks at the Ice Hawks’ goaltender.

The Bantam Ice Dawgs return to the ice Jan. 6 and 7, 2023, when they host the Miles City Generals. Glasgow and Miles City face off at 6 p.m. on Jan. 6 and at noon on Jan. 7 at the Valley Event Center.


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