Wilderness trashed Wolverines on road

The Minnesota Wilderness served up a goal bonanza in their win over the Anchorage Wolverines on Saturday. Minnesota Wilderness scored an incredible seven goals, and won the game 7-2. The win was also sweet revenge for their last encounter, which ended up 1-4 for Anchorage.

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The Minnesota Wilderness served up a goal bonanza in their win over the Anchorage Wolverines on Saturday. Minnesota Wilderness scored an incredible seven goals, and won the game 7-2. The win was also sweet revenge for their last encounter, which ended up 1-4 for Anchorage.

The visiting Wilderness took the lead, with a goal scored by Cole Crusberg-Roseen. Jared Mangan and Barrett Hall assisted.

The Wilderness made it 2-0 with a goal from Ethan Wolthers at 29 seconds into the second period.

The Wolverines narrowed the gap to 2-1 after Talon Sigurdson beat the goalie in the period.

But the Minnesota Wilderness scored two more goals in the second period to take a commanding lead.

In the third period, William Persson scored in the 12th minute of the third period, assisted by Max Ruoho and Bobby Metz, increasing the lead for the Wilderness.

In the third, Talon Sigurdson scored his second goal 13 minutes into the period, assisted by Aiden Westin and Cameron Morris, closing the gap for the Wolverines.

In the third period, Jared Mangan scored a goal with 3 minutes remaining, assisted by Barrett Hall and Alex Pineau, increasing the lead for the Wilderness.

In the third, Bryce Howard scored his second goal with 3 minutes remaining, assisted by Beau Janzig and Reid Conn, increasing the lead for the Wilderness.

The teams meet again on Sunday, May 8 at 8 p.m. CST, this time in Anchorage at Ben Boeke Ice Arena.