The Blizzard fall to the Lumberjacks 3-1

Braden Altena chipped in with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

During the first, Sikich opened the scoring for Granite City with a goal at 4:11 with helpers from teammates Altena and Olson. Neu put in what turned out to be the game winning goal at 13:00 with an assist from his linemate Lienemann.

In the third, Brett finally put the Blizzard on the board with a goal at 8:03 with a helper from defenseman Jack. Altena answered for the Lumberjacks with a goal at 19:27 with an assist from Mulligan.

This loss brings the Alexandria Blizzard’s record to (35-15-0-3).

The Blizzard defeat the North Stars 5-3

Meyers Brady came up big, stopping 42 of 45 shots throughout the game. The Alexandria Blizzard took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Payne Brenden.

Nelson Logan contributed with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) and Meister Brett had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist). Josh Maucieri delivered for his team with 2 assists.

During the first, Fladebo opened the scoring for the North Stars with a goal at 7:55 with helpers from his linemates, Langworthy and Hoyt. Borseth quickly followed with a goal at 8:47 with helpers from his teammates Steffan and Maucieri. Logan finally put the Blizzard on the board with a goal at 11:05 with assists from Alec and Brett.

In the second period, Brett netted a goal at 3:11 with a helper from Brenden. Josiah scored a goal at 7:42 with assists from Logan and Jack.

In the third, Flicek answered for Breezy Point with a goal at 10:32 with helpers from his linemates, Parisien and Maucieri. Brenden answered for the Blizzard with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 13:26 with an assist from defenseman Alec. Alec netted a goal at 19:59 with a helper from Tanner.

Alexandria’s victory was in no doubt helped out by Brady’s big night as he stopped 42 of the 45 shots he faced. Brady’s counterpart, Moore, also had a big night, managing to stop 26 of 30, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Alexandria Blizzard’s record to (35-14-0-3).

The Blizzard recorded a shutout against the Steel 5-0 in home game

The Alexandria Blizzard's defense had a poor night, allowing the New Ulm Steel 46 shots throughout the game. The New Ulm Steel took the lead late in the second on a goal from Alex Egle.

Jared Erickson delivered for his team with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

During the second period, Egle opened the scoring for the Steel with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 19:10 with helpers from his teammates Erickson and Witta.

In the third, Billing deposited a goal at 3:16 with an assist from defenseman Mickelson. Erickson put in a goal at 10:46 with helpers from Woytcke and Campbell. Nagel netted a goal at 12:47 with assists from Belisle and Storlie. Wenner scored a goal at 18:46 with a helper from his linemate Padley.

This loss brings the Alexandria Blizzard’s record to (34-16-0-3)

The Blizzard defeat the Steel 3-2

Brey Effertz came up big, stopping 26 of 28 shots throughout the game. The Alexandria Blizzard took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Tosten Mann.

In the first period, Bowe opened the scoring for Alexandria with a goal at 9:27 with helpers from teammates Lindfors and Roen.

In the second, Leivermann answered for New Ulm with a goal at 9:49 with assists from Martinez and Mickelson.

During the third period, Giller answered for the Blizzard with a goal at 3:19 with helpers from Gustafson and Carey. Campbell answered for the Steel with a goal at 8:41 with assists from Egle and Witta. Mann quickly followed with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 10:12 with helpers from Anderson and Ellingworth.

Alexandria’s victory was in no doubt helped out by Effertz’s big night as he stopped 26 of the 28 shots he faced. Effertz’s counterpart, Siclovan, also had a big night, managing to stop 34 of 37, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Alexandria Blizzard’s record to (34-12-0-3)

The Blizzard shutout the Freeze 4-0

The Alexandria Blizzard's offense had a big night, peppering the La Crosse Freeze with 45 shots throughout the game, to go along with Michael Hughes' shutout. The Alexandria Blizzard took the lead late in the second on a goal from Riley Meyer.

Alex Bowe chipped in with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) and Riley Meyer contributed with 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists).

During the second period, Meyer opened the scoring for Alexandria with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 16:48 with helpers from teammates Bowe and Giller. Norman put in a goal at 19:00 with helpers from his linemates, Giller and Meyer.

During the third period, Bowe deposited a goal at 7:36 with assists from Giller and Meyer. Lindfors netted a goal at 15:53 with assists from Payne and Nilson.

The Blizzard’s victory was in no doubt helped out by Hughes’ shutout, as he stopped all 33 of the shots he faced. Hughes’ counterpart, Graves, also had a big night, managing to stop 41 of 45, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Alexandria Blizzard’s record to (64-24-0-6)