Once again, Helena started the scoring early as Damon Hansen drew first blood at the 4:21 mark assisted by Theo Campe and Jacob Wolter. Wolter then added a goal of his own just a few minutes later, adding to the Bighorns lead early in the first.
The Bighorns lit the lamp three more times in the second period with goals from Parker Olson, Corbin Belling, and Theo Campe. The Bighorns looked well on their way to another shut-out performance at home.
The third period saw Dylan Webster opening up the shooting gallery with a goal just twenty seconds in, shortly followed by five more goals that were put on the board for Helena. Helena surrendered their first goal at home this season with a Bozeman goal scored with less than six minutes remaining in the game. The Bighorns defense has only allowed one goal in three home games. For the night, Alek Lazarkski had 15 saves on 16 shots in goal.
Helena’s shots on goal tonight overwhelmed Bozeman with Helena having 45 to Bozeman’s 16. Eight different Bighorns scored goals in tonight’s contest.
The Bighorns return to the ice next weekend with two home games. Join us as the Bighorns take on the Great Falls Americans on Friday, November 16. The Bighorns are excited to be hosting the Lewis & Clark Bookmobile. The bighorns continue their two-game homestand on Saturday, November 17 when the Missoula Maulers make their first trip this season to the Helena Ice Arena in a battle of the league’s leaders. Fans are encouraged to come out for their chance to participate in the ever favorite Turkey Bowling. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.HelenaBighorns.com or call (406) 457-2817.
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