Quint nets game-winner for Blazers


The Bellingham Blazers came out on top in a close second game of a weekend series against the Tri-City Outlaws on Saturday, Nov. 23. The Blazers won 3-2 thanks to a Dawson Quint goal early in the third period.

"We played one good period of hokcey tonight. Fortunately we managed to squeeze out a win with a very lackluster second and third period," Blazers coach Mark Collins said. "Tri-Cities never stopped working and gave us a good scare."

Micky Turner and Cody Rich also scored for Bellingham. Austin Sabin, Cole Fundator, Kristjan Toivola, Mark MacDonald, Ty Hubbard and Mason Wade assisted on the goals.

Blazers goaltender stopped 29 of the Outlaws' shots on goal.

The Blazers play next against the West Sound Warriors on Wednesday, Nov. 27, in Bremerton.

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