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Blues top the Pistons 2-1 with another strong performance from Codey Behun

Is there any stopping Codey Behun?

Seriously, the kid is on fire. He was named this week’s MJHL Recycle Everywhere Player of the Week. Going into tonight’s game, Behun had 2 goals and 2 assists in the last two games.

Tonight, he added to his total. After the Pistons already had a point on the board, Behun opened the scoring for the Blues with Michael Ladyman and Kelton Sutherland each picking up an assist.

In the second period, Behun padded his stats once again. He put up another point with a little help from Blaise Arkle.

Tonight’s matchup also featured some stellar defence. The Pistons got off 45 shots, while the Blues had only 25.

Going into this game, the Blues and the Pistons were right in the middle of the pack, each with 2-2-0 records. After tonight’s game, the Blues improve to 3-2-0, while the reigning champs fall to 2-3-0.

The Blues play again in Neepawa tomorrow night (Oct.3), and the Pistons don’t take the ice again until Saturday (Oct. 6) when they play Swan Valley at home.