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READ: BLUES FIRST LINE LEADS WAY TO 4-1 WIN IN PORTAGE

The Winnipeg Blues first line scored all four goals as they won their first game against the Portage Terriers in 21 months, 4-1.

Josiah Vanderhooft opened the scoring just 43 seconds in on a two-on-one chance with Eric Fawkes. The Blues never released the lead for the rest of the game.

Foreman extended the Blues lead late in the first, squeaking a power play goal through Jayden Catellier to give Winnipeg a 2-0 lead after one period.

Fawkes would add another power play goal, and Foreman scored his second of the game for a 4-0 Winnipeg lead through 40 minutes. The three top line players accounted for nine of the Blues ten points tonight.

Thomas Kaufield spoiled Dawson Green’s shut out late in the third, but it wasn’t enough to stop the Blues from winning their fifth straight game.