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Post Game Report | Giannuzzi stops 52 shots in Blues 4-2 victory over Winkler

Winnipeg, MB – Goaltender Dante Giannuzzi blocked 52-of-54 shots as the Winnipeg Blues doubled up the Winkler Flyers 4-2 at Winkler Arena on Tuesday night,

Giannuzzi stopped 21 shots in the first period and 15 shots in both the second and third frames.

The Blues received two goals from Rhys Raeside and singles from Brayden Foreman and Braden Fischer.

With his two goals on Tuesday, Raeside has nine goals and 14 points in 11 games this season.

With the win, the Blues are now 3-7-1-0 on the season.

 

Blues 4  Winkler 2

Below is a run down of the scoresheet:

 

First Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)
1-0 Winnipeg 0:37 Brayden Foreman B. Fischer
2-0 Winnipeg 8:40 Rhys Raeside D. Jowett
2-1 Winkler 17:57 Sulivan Shortreed J. Svenson, J. McCarthy

 

Second Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)
3-1 Winnipeg 5:06 Braden Fischer M. Sartor, P. Gare
3-2 Winkler 11:29 Jayden McCarthy B. Krauter

 

Third Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)
4-2 EN, SH Winnipeg 19:19 Rhys Raeside B. Foreman

 

Special Teams

Team PP PK
Winnipeg 0/4 5/5
Winkler 0/5 4/4

 

Shots on Goal

Team 1st 2nd 3rd Total
Winnipeg 7 9 4 18
Winkler 22 16 16 54

 

The Winnipeg Blues have three days off before hosting the Neepawa Natives on Saturday, October 12. Puck drop is scheduled for 2:00 P.M. at the RINK Training Centre.