We start East, where Edmonton played two games in Winnipeg and then had the next three in Edmonton. Edmonton had split the series, so Winnipeg hoped to grab at least one win. Following the two losses by the ICE in Winnipeg, their backs were against the wall if they wanted to bring the series back to Winnipeg. It appears they didn’t.
Though they would score just one powerplay goal in the game as their last goal of the game, they exploded for four goals in just over ten minutes in the first period. Alexander Gage gave up four goals on just nine shots before making way for
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