Innisfail Eagles in tough over weekend

Lost games to Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs and Lacombe Generals

It was a tough weekend for the Innisfail Eagles as they dropped a pair of Chinook Hockey League games at home.

They lost 4-2 to the Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs Sunday after losing 3-2 to the Lacombe Generals in overtime Friday.

Tyler Haarstad and Parker Evans-Campbell scored against the Chiefs, who got goals from Brett Holmberg, Jordan Hoffman, Brendan Baumgartner and James Dodrowsolski.

Ryan Demharter made 38 saves for the Chiefs and Mike Muir and Dan Dunn both allowed two goals on 15 shots for the Eagles.

On Friday, Teegan Moore scored the winning goal with seven seconds left in the second overtime period.

The teams split goals in both the first and third periods.

Ian Barteaux scored for Lacombe and Mark Bommersback for Innisfail in the first period while Moore and Sam Lawson of Innisfail connected in the third.

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