Dragons fall to the Canmore Eagles in game 4 to end season.
The Drumheller Dragons’ 2015-2016 season has come to an end.
The Dragons ended their season in game four of a best of five series against the Canmore Eagles. The Eagles won game four Monday night with a 6-1 win taking a 3-1 win in the series.
The lone goal for the Dragons came from Joren Patenaude.
The Drumheller Dragons 2015-2016 season came to an end Monday night after a 6-1 loss to the Canmore Eagles, who will now advance after winning the best of five series. Dragons forward number 13 Trygve Many Guns (front centre) chases the puck after a face off during the game.
The series began Thursday evening (March 10) in Canmore where the Dragons took a 4-1 win. Connor Boyd, Clint Filbrandt, Keaton Holinaty and Trygve Many Guns scored the goals for the Dragons. Friday night saw game two in Canmore and the Eagles turned the score around tying the series with a 5-2 win.
Sunday saw game three, the first home game in the series, and the Dragons battled hard. Scott Ivey opened scoring for the home team in the first period, but the Eagles scored a power play goal at 2:35 of the second to tie the game. Canmore scored one more goal before Filbrandt scored to tie the game at two goals a piece. The third period included two quick goals from the Eagles before the Dragons tried to battle back with a third goal scored by Levi Wunder.
At 19:15 the Eagles scored an empty net goal to bring the final score to 5-3.
The Eagles will go on in the playoffs to play the Brooks Bandits.