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The Dragons continued their scoring ways last week picking up four points in three games.
The Dragons hosted the Whitecourt Wolverines on Thursday, November 28. The Dragons opened the scoring midway through the first period with a goal from Eric Martin, however, the Wolverines tied it up before the period ended. Martin scored his second 3:37 into the second period, but Whitecourt answered back on the powerplay. Scout Truman got hot and scored two powerplay goals to end the second period 4-2 for the Dragons.
Whitecourt scored 5 minutes into the third period, but Miles Hilman put it out of reach, winning 5-3.
The Dragons were back home on Friday night, November 29 to take on Brooks. The Bandits have been having a historic season, and have only lost twice through 18 games. Brooks went up 2-0 after one period. Martin scored on the powerplay midway through the period, but the Bandits scored two more in the third period. Martin scored his second with six minutes left, and that was as close as the Dragons could get as the Bandits won 4-2.
On Sunday, December 1, the Dragons were in Calgary to take on the Canucks. Calgary scored first, but by the end of the first period, the Dragons were up 4-1 with goals from Hilman, Shane Ott, Steven Zonneveld, and Derrick Budz.
The Canucks scored first in the second period, but the Dragons kept up their scoring as Kasey Hiemstra, Brady Risk and Kent Anderson all found the net, going up 7-2 after two.
In the third
Ott, scored his period second followed by Nickolas de Beurs and then Risk scored his second to make the score 10-2. The Dragons were 75 per cent on the powerplay and outshot the Canucks 57-24.
This week the Dragons are in Brooks on Wednesday, December, 4 and then host the Bandits on Friday, December 6. On Sunday, December 8 they are in Okotoks to take on the Oilers.
For his performance Eric Martin was named the AJHL Canalta Hotels Players of the Week. He led the league with eight points in three games.