Chippewa Steel win 4-3 at home against Wisconsin Windigo

The Chippewa Steel broke a tie game, winning 4-3 at home over the Wisconsin Windigo on Friday.

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The Chippewa Steel broke a tie game, winning 4-3 at home over the Wisconsin Windigo on Friday.

The Steel took the lead early into the first period, with a goal from Joe Kelly. Peyton Platter assisted.

Matthew Brille scored late in the second period, assisted by Cody Kempf and Sam Rice.

Windigo's Everett Pietila tallied a goal late, making the score 2-1. Cameron Boche and Paul Huglen assisted.

Ryan Remick increased the lead to 3-1 early into the third period, assisted by Matthew Grannan and Will Killoran.

Zachary Burfoot narrowed the gap to 3-2 five minutes later, assisted by Luke Levandowski and Samuel Jacobs.

Sam Rice increased the lead to 4-2 five minutes later, assisted by Kade Nielsen.

The Windigo narrowed the gap to 4-3 with 01.24 remaining of the third after a goal from Victor Widlund, assisted by Will Schumacher and Tyler Grahme.

The Steel were called for no penalties, while the Windigo received no penalties.

Next up:

The teams now have the chance to fine-tune their tactics, as they play each other again in the next matchup on Saturday at 7 p.m. CST at Chippewa Area Ice Arena.