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Sunday, 29 October 2017 15:56

Rangers Fall to Thrashers, 4-1

After a tough shootout loss one night prior, the Parkland Rangers came out slow and the Winnipeg Thrashers capitalized in beating the Rangers, 4-1 on Sunday afternoon at Credit Union Place.

1st Period

The Thrashers opened the scoring 6:32 into the first period, and scored their second goal of the game at the 19:27 mark as they led 2-0 after 20.

2nd Period

Jackson Betcher scored his second goal of the season to cut the deficit in half, but that was it for the Rangers, as the Thrashers added another goal to regain their two-goal lead at 3-1, and that's where it ended after 40.

3rd Period

A goal 1:51 into the third from the Thrashers was the final one of the game, as the Thrashers earned all four points during their quick two-game road trip, while the Rangers earned one during the set.

Game Facts

The Thrashers outshot the Rangers, 28-19.

 

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