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Drumheller Dragons, 4 Calgary Canucks, 3

The Drumheller Dragons struck back in the second game of its home-and-home series against the Canucks; a game that played out in a similar fashion to the first game in Drumheller.

Just like the first game, the home team scored two goals, 69 seconds apart to take a 2-0 lead. Gui Glasspoole scored 3:26 into the first period, and Curtis Lewington scored on the powerplay at the 4:35 mark.

The Dragons fought back with two goals of its own. Tyler Kerner scored 9:06 of the first period and Mitchell Cook tied the game with 3:03 remaining in the first. The Canucks and the Dragons were tied 2-2 at the end of the first.

The Dragons applied heavy pressure in the second period but the game remained tied 2-2.

The Dragons dominant offensive attack put the Canucks into penalty troubles and ultimately forced the Canucks to kill a 5-on-3 powerplay. The Dragons made the Canucks pay by scoring two goals: Dakota Zaharichuk at 6:37 and Brodie Jamieson at 8:55.

The Canucks got back within one goal with 36 seconds remaining in the game-courtesy of Matthew Plesa- but it was not to be on this night.

The Dragons record improved to 1-1, while the Canucks record dropped to 1-1.

The Canucks next game is Thursday night against Sherwood Park at 7 PM at Max Bell Centre.