The WarHawks defeat the Blizzard 4-3

Luke Fry came up big, stopping 26 of 29 shots throughout the game. The Willmar WarHawks took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Riley Dixon.

Peyton Bolstad did his part, adding 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Riley Dixon contributed with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist). Brenden Payne delivered for his team with 2 goals and Logan Nelson chipped in with 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists).

In the second, Bolstad opened the scoring for the WarHawks with a goal at 3:22 with helpers from his linemates, Oelkers and Dixon. Payne answered for Alexandria with a goal at 7:51 with helpers from his linemates, Nelson and Hermann. Payne quickly followed with a goal at 8:30 with assists from his linemates, Hermann and Nelson. Nelson put in a goal at 11:29 with assists from his teammates Worley and Tschida.

In the third, Bolstad answered for Willmar with a goal at 3:44 with helpers from Swope and Roach. Cooper quickly followed with a goal at 5:29 with a helper from Holt. Dixon scored what turned out to be the game winning goal at 9:05 with assists from Toll and Bolstad.

The WarHawks’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Fry’s big night as he stopped 26 of the 29 shots he faced. On the other hand, Fry’s counterpart, Meyers, and Alexandria’s defense did not have such a great night stopping only 18 of 22 shots.

This win brings the Willmar WarHawks’ record to (21-19-4-0).

The WarHawks fall to the Blizzard 5-4

The Willmar WarHawks' defense had a poor night, allowing the Alexandria Blizzard 33 shots throughout the game. The Alexandria Blizzard took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Brenden Payne.

Peyton Bolstad chipped in with 2 goals and Keegan Bauman contributed with 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists). Josiah Roen did his part, adding 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Marshall Tschida delivered for his team with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

During the first, Meister opened the scoring for the Blizzard with a goal at 9:16 with helpers from his teammates Roen and Miner. Bolstad quickly followed with a goal at 10:58 with helpers from Swope and Dixon.

In the second period, Tschida answered for Alexandria with a goal at 0:59 with assists from Frerichs and Meister. Shea answered for the WarHawks with a goal at 7:53 with helpers from Toll and Bauman. Bauman netted a goal at 11:24 with assists from Holt and Takashima. Bolstad quickly followed with a goal at 12:59 with helpers from his linemates, Bauman and Dixon. Roen answered for the Blizzard with a goal at 18:24 with assists from Meister and Andres.

In the third, Roen netted a goal at 3:35 with helpers from Tschida and Frerichs. Payne deposited what turned out to be the game winning goal at 9:08 with assists from Johnson and Giorgio.

This loss brings the Willmar WarHawks’ record to (20-19-4-0).

The WarHawks struggled against the Steel 7-2 in home game

Kaden Ericson came up big, stopping 24 of 31 shots throughout the game. The New Ulm Steel took the lead before the halfway point in the second on a goal from Jack Parks.

Jacob Berkowitz chipped in with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) and Keegan Bauman contributed with 2 assists. Zach Heiser did his part, adding 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists) and Austin Langworthy delivered for his team with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

In the first period, Heiser opened the scoring for the Steel with a goal at 11:20 with helpers from Coppock and Nagel. Berkowitz answered for the WarHawks with a goal at 14:22 with helpers from his linemates, Dixon and Bauman. Nagel answered for New Ulm with a goal at 17:53 with an assist from defenseman Heiser.

During the second period, Parks deposited what turned out to be the game winning goal at 11:06 with an assist from defenseman Woytcke. Holt quickly followed with a goal at 12:00 with helpers from his linemates, Berkowitz and Bauman. Langworthy answered for the Steel with a goal at 16:21 with assists from teammates Nagel and Heiser. Reilly quickly followed with a goal at 16:51 with helpers from his linemates, Cammarata and Johnson.

In the third, Kreuser put in a goal at 0:15 with assists from his linemates, Smith and Langworthy. Mehlhop deposited a goal at 15:31 with helpers from his linemates, Nagel and Coppock.

This loss brings the Willmar WarHawks’ record to (20-18-4-0).

The WarHawks defeat the North Stars 6-5

The Willmar WarHawks' offense had a big night, peppering the Breezy Point North Stars with 45 shots throughout the game. The Willmar WarHawks took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Braden Shea.

Max Oelkers delivered for his team with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Braden Shea had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists). Alex Flicek chipped in with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Aj Hoyt contributed with 2 goals.

During the first, Cooper opened the scoring for the WarHawks with a goal at 0:24 with helpers from his linemates, Shea and Oelkers. Oelkers netted a goal at 2:41 with helpers from his linemates, Shea and Cooper. Oelkers put in a goal at 14:38 with assists from teammates Cooper and Koester.

In the second, Heckaman finally put the North Stars on the board with a goal at 8:24 with assists from Flicek and Maucieri. Bolstad quickly followed with a goal at 8:58 with helpers from his linemates, Berkowitz and Holt. Berkowitz quickly followed with a goal at 10:56 with assists from Koester and Holt.

In the third period, Flicek answered for Breezy Point with a goal at 0:16 with helpers from Fladebo and Maucieri. Hoyt scored a goal at 3:08 with assists from his linemates, Borseth and Kram. Flicek quickly followed with a goal at 5:07 with helpers from Maucieri and Heckaman. Shea answered for the WarHawks with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 12:51 with assists from Toll and Bolstad. Hoyt answered for Breezy Point with a goal at 18:59 with helpers from his linemates, Maucieri and Petroske.

Willmar’s victory was in no doubt helped out by Fry as he stopped 16 of the 19 shots he faced. Fry’s counterpart, Martinez, also had a big night, managing to stop 39 of 45, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Willmar WarHawks’ record to (20-17-4-0).

The WarHawks fall to the Blizzard 6-4

Kaden Ericson came up big, stopping 26 of 32 shots throughout the game. The Alexandria Blizzard took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Ryan Worley.

Eli Slagter chipped in with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) and Riley Dixon delivered for his team with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist). Logan Nelson had a busy night with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Brett Meister did his part, adding 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists).

In the second, Behl opened the scoring for the Blizzard with a goal at 4:27 with helpers from his linemates, Hermann and Lindgren. Dixon quickly followed with a goal at 4:51 with helpers from Slagter and Koester. Payne answered for Alexandria with a goal at 12:32 with assists from his linemates, Giorgio and Nelson. Nelson netted a goal at 15:13 with assists from his linemates, Payne and Meister. Meister quickly followed with a goal at 16:44 with helpers from his teammates Frerichs and Miner. Cooper answered for Willmar with a goal at 19:14 with assists from Oelkers and Koester.

During the third, Holt scored a goal at 5:08 with helpers from Shea and Toll. Worley quickly followed with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 5:48 with assists from his linemates, Frerichs and Meister. Slagter answered for the WarHawks with a goal at 9:24 with helpers from his linemates, Bolstad and Dixon. Nelson answered for the Blizzard with a goal at 17:02 with assists from Giorgio and Mellstrom.

This loss brings the Willmar WarHawks’ record to (19-17-4-0).