Grizzlys get mauled by St. Albert Saints

Red Deer native Dylan Hollman erupted for five goals as the Spruce Grove Saints buried the Olds Grizzlys 10-2 in AJHL action Saturday.

OLDS — Red Deer native Dylan Hollman erupted for five goals as the Spruce Grove Saints buried the Olds Grizzlys 10-2 in AJHL action Saturday.

Hollman added an assist for a six-point evening, while the Saints — four-for-11 on the power play — got single goals from Brandon Hickey, Tyler Busch, Austin Hunter, Tyler Robertson and Connor Hoekstra.

Spencer Dorowicz and Dustin Gorgi tallied for the Grizzlys in front of 390 fans at the Sportsplex.

Saints netminder Kenny Cameron stopped 26 shots. Ethan Jemieff and back-up Jake Tamagi combined to make 45 saves for the Grizzlys, who were zero-for-four with a man advantage.

The Grizzlys are in Canmore Tuesday to face the Eagles, then visit the Calgary Canucks Saturday. Olds’ next home game is Dec. 4 versus the Camrose Kodiaks.

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