Austin Bruins fall to Bismarck 7-0Published 10:45pm Sunday, February 2, 2014
The Austin Bruins lost back-to-back home games for the first time this season when they lost 7-0 to Bismarck (26-13-4 overall) in Riverside Arena Saturday.
It was the most lop-sided loss of the season for Austin (28-13-1 overall), which now leads Bismarck by just one point in the NAHL Central Division.
Dillon Kelley had 18 saves in the loss for Austin.
Bismarck 1 2 4 – 7
Austin 0 0 0 – 0
(B) Huba Sekesi (power play) (Chris Driver, Nate Repensky) 17:20
(B) Stanislav Dzakhov (Jacob McDowell, Tyler Dunagan) 15:07
(B) Dunagan (Dzakhov, Jacob McDowell) 18:48
(B) Dunagan (power play) (Evan Giesler, Dan Kovar) 8:28
(B) Sekesi (Kovar, Giesler) 11:25
(B) Dzakhov (shorthanded) 15:06
(B) Giesler (Cullen Willcox, Sekesi) 16:56
Shots: Bismarck – 25; Austin – 19
Power plays: Bismarck – 2-for-4; Austin – 0-for-2