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Dragons Lose Tough Battle

The Drumheller Dragons and the Camrose Kodiaks have been playing some very entertaining hockey and the battle continued in Game 4.

These games as in most games in this series have been tough for both teams as there has been very little room on the ice and it is the smallest mistakes that can lose the game for you.

The Dragons came out strong in the game dictating most of the play in the first but at the end of the period there would be no score.

Again in the second period the Dragons came out hard and on their PP had several chances, and even hitting the post. However it would be the Kodiaks that would score first, on a Dragons turnover on the PP and Camrose would score a shorthanded goal to lead 1-0. Drumheller would come back minutes later on a shot that took a strange bounce and Wyatt Noskey would tie the game at one.  A hard fought battle between both teams continued but with less than 30 seconds left in the second it would be Camrose that would get a lucky bounce and would score making it 2-1 Kodiaks at the end of the second.

Third period the Dragons needed a repeat of the night before but Camrose on a face off would strip the puck from the Dragons and make it 3-1 and that was all the Kodiaks would need.

Coach Curran on Thursday's upcoming¬† game, ” There is not much to say, I think we have played very hard and I expect our boys to be ready and bring us back here for a game on Saturday.”

The Kodiaks now lead the series 3-1 and the Dragons are fighting to stay alive in Camrose on Thursday March 19th at 7:00 pm.