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Agassiz's Ice Dawgs enjoying a three win streak in league play

The Agassiz Ice Dawgs are celebrating a three-win streak.

Their Oct. 20 game was a close 5-4 win for the Dawgs vs. Steelheads. Team strategies and enthusiasm have brought the Dawgs up to third place standing in their league. First goal came from Pat McIntyre, assist Sonny Rattray. Second goal came from Todd Bernard, with assist by Bob Garrett. Third goal was netted by Bob Garrett, assists by Craig Hill and Dave Barratt. Fourth goal was courtesy of Craig Hill, assists by Barratt and Rattray. Fifth goal again from McIntyre, with Jason Finlay assisting.

The Dawgs will try to continue their winning streak when they face the Eagles at the Hope arena, 9:15 p.m. on Saturday. They also play the O’Connor Rusty Nuts at Prospera at 8:30 p.m. this Sunday.

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