Grizzlys drive away with win over Pontiacs

Jake Tamagi stopped 33 shots and Spencer Dorowicz and Kyle Star each scored once and added two assists as the Olds Grizzlys downed the Bonnyvile Pontiacs 5-2 in an AJHL game Saturday.

OLDS — Jake Tamagi stopped 33 shots and Spencer Dorowicz and Kyle Star each scored once and added two assists as the Olds Grizzlys downed the Bonnyvile Pontiacs 5-2 in an AJHL game Saturday.

Jordan Lajimodiere, Nikolas Koberstein and Austin Kernahan also tallied for the Grizzlys before a crowd of 509 at the Sportsplex. Replying for the Pontiacs, who trailed 2-1 after two periods, were Spencer Foo and Jackson Dudley.

Stephen Klein mades 19 saves for Bonnyville.

The Grizzlys are idle until Friday when they host the Calgary Mustangs.

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