Bruins roar back to take down Wilderness

Published 9:31 pm Friday, November 29, 2019

The Austin Bruins bounced back from a four-goal deficit in the first period as they topped the Minnesota Wilderness 6-5 in Riverside Arena Friday.

Connor Mylymok tied the game with a goal in the third and Peter Jacobs scored the game-winner for the Bruins with 10:25 left in the game.

Brett Miller allowed three goals in four shots to start the game and Tyler Shea relieved him and stopped nine of 11 shots in net.


Wilderness 4 0  1    5

Bruins 1 2  3    6

First period

(M) Kimball Johnson (Aaron Myers, Blake Holmes) :50

(M) Jacob Herter (Zachary Ziegler, Chikara Hanzawa) (power play) 5:55

(M) Herter (Ziegler) 6:19

(M) Garrett Worth (Myers, Holmes) (power plays) 14:53

(A) Connor Mylymok (Jaden Shields) 18:43

Second period

(A) Hugh Larkin :49

(A) Ben Almquist (Mylymok) 18:53

Third period

(A) Mylymok (Hugh Larkin, Jaeden Shields) :36

(A) Peter Jacobs (Tiernan Shoudy, Dante Sheriff) (power plays) 9:35

(A) Almquist (empty net, short handed) 18:49

(M) Nathan Adrian (Brady Hunter, Zachary Ziegler) (power play) 19:37

Shots: Bruins — 34; Wilderness — 15

Power plays: Bruins — 1-for-3; Wilderness — 3-for-6