Wilderness extend win streak to three games

Minnesota has allowed just two goals in the last 180 minutes of hockey.

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Minnesota Wilderness continued a run of winning and solid defense with a 3-1 North American Hockey League victory over the Anchorage Wolverines on Sunday, Nov. 6.

Minnesota allowed one goal or fewer for the third consecutive game and has won all three.

This time, the only goal from the opposition came 11 seconds into the third period by Anchorage's David Tolan. By that point, Minnesota was already ahead 2-0 after Hunter Bulger scored in the first period and assisted Charlie Erickson's power play goal in the second.

Five minutes after Tolan made it 2-1, Cole Gordon scored for Minnesota to reestablish the two-goal cushion.

Konrad Kausch made 28 saves for Minnesota, which overcame being outshot 29-15.


Minnesota (10-5-2) will stay in Alaska before playing two games at Fairbanks Friday and Saturday.

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