Midget AA Bruins get a win and a tie

The Estevan Apex midget AA Bruins picked up a win and a tie during home games in Saskatchewan Minor AA Hockey League action.

The draw was a 3-3 game against the Melville Millionaires on Friday night. Melville led 3-1 after two periods, but the Bruins scored twice in the final 11 minutes of regulation to tie the game. Cale Adams’ goal with 2:49 to play in the third sent the game to overtime.

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Chase Gedak and Kieran Stewart had Estevan’s other goals.

Morgan Wanner was in goal for the game.

The game Saturday night wasn’t as dramatic, as the Bruins routed the Moose Jaw Warriors 9-2. Only two Estevan players didn’t register at least one point.

Estevan scored three times in the first period, and four in the second, to race out to a 7-0 lead. After Moose Jaw tallied twice in the third, the Bruins scored twice to close out the scoring.

Triston Sorenson, Stewart and Joey Meredith scored in the first, and then Sorenson, Kyler Gervais, Meredith and Kelby Widenmaier tallied in the second. Tristan Seeman and Sorenson had Estevan’s goals in the third.

Zane Winter was in goal for Estevan

The midget AA Bruins record is 13-8-0-2. Their next game is Tuesday at the Regina Rangers at 8:15 p.m.

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