KIJHL: Second straight overtime loss for Border Bruins

The Grand Forks Border Bruins lost their second straight overtime game 4-3 to Nelson Tuesday.

The Grand Forks Border Bruins lost their second straight overtime game 4-3 to an inter-divisional team last night. The Bears led 2-0 early against Nelson at home after a pair of goals from Joey Guzzo. The visiting  Leafs dominated the second period, tying the score with goals from Austin Lindsay and the awesomely named Rayce Miller.

Josh Gladman put GF up 3-2 at 10:59 of the third period with an unassisted marker. Robson Cramer tied the score for Nelson with 5:11 left in regulation.

Cramer got the game-winner for the Leafs at 4:00 of the overtime period to give Nelson the win.

Jacob Mullen was strong in the nets again for Grand Forks turning back 37 of 41 shots.

The Bruins travel to Fruitvale Saturday for a game against the Beaver Valley Nitehawks.

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