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.

SCORING SUMMARY

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