Bruins fall to Bismarck at home

Published 10:55pm Friday, January 31, 2014

The Austin Bruins lost their second home game of the season as they fell short to Bismarck 4-2 in Riverside Arena Friday.

Austin Nelson tied the game at 2-2 in the second period, but the Bobcats (25-13-4 overall) took a 3-2 lead two minutes later.

Nick Lehr had 29 saves for Austin (28-12-1 overall).

The Bruins still have the best home record in the NAHL at 20-2 and they lead Bismarck by three points in the NAHL Central Division.


Bismack 0 3 1 — 4

Austin 1 1 0 — 2

First period

(A) Trey Dodd (Scott Nelson, Josh Bretner) 8:31

Second period

(B) Matt Anders (Chris Diver) 2:29

(B) Nathan Flynn (Matt Anders) 2:56

(A) Austin Nelson (Guillaume Leclerc, Jay Dickman) 3:46

(B) Tyler Dunagan (power play) (Cullen Willox, Dan Kovar) 5:37

Third period

(B) Nathan Flynn (empty net) 19:43

Shots: Austin — 31; Bismack — 32

Power plays: Austin — 0-for-3; Bismarck — 1-for-3

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