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Muskies set for battle with Dryden

The Muskie hockey team, fresh off an impressive showing at a tournament in Winnipeg last weekend, are now gearing up for a stretch drive they hope will lead to an all-Ontario berth.

Sitting atop NorWOSSA with a league-leading 11-2 record, the black-and-gold will face a tough test this Friday when they visit Dryden to take on the second-place Eagles, who are four points back at 9-3.

Rainy River nets Panthers

After winning the PeeWee tournament in Baudette, the Emo Panthers were no match against Rainy River, coming out on the short end of a 3-1 score.

Kevin Norberg (Rainy River) and Daniel Hettinga (Emo) exchanged goals in the second period but it was all Rainy River in the third as Jason Seguin and Alex Matthew netted goals to ice the win.