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Bellingham Blazers swept at Nationals

Bellingham Blazers swept at Nationals

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The Bellingham Blazers went 0-3 in round robin play at the USA Hockey Tier III Junior Hockey National Championships at the International Skating Center in Simsbury Connecticut.

In game one on Thursday, the Blazers faced the Flint Jr. Generals and were blown out 6-1. Bellingham was out shot by the Generals 44-24.

In game two on Friday, Bellingham was shutout by the Eastern Hockey League Champions Northern Cyclones 12-0. The Blazers were out shot 44-12 and the Cyclones were 3 of 4 in converting on their power plays.

In the final game of round robin play on Saturday, the Springfield Pics routed the Blazers 8-2.

Bellingham begins their quest for another championship in the fall.

(KPUG Newsroom – Tysen Allumbaugh & Bellingham Blazers)

 

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