Olds Grizzlys post win against Drattib Valley Thunder

Olds Grizzlys captain Spencer Dorowicz scored a power-play goal with five minutes remaining to lift the hosts to a 2-1 win over the Drayton Valley Thunder in an AJHL game Tuesday.

OLDS – Olds Grizzlys captain Spencer Dorowicz scored a power-play goal with five minutes remaining to lift the hosts to a 2-1 win over the Drayton Valley Thunder in an AJHL game Tuesday.

Kyle Star also tallied for the winners. Braden Jakubowski notched the lone goal for the Thunder in front of 387 fans at the Sportsplex.

Ethan Jemieff made 24 saves for the Grizzlys. Drayton Valley netminder Mitch Martell stopped 23 shots.

• Grizzlys captain Spencer Dorowicz has committed to Robert Morris University.

Dorowicz, who will suit with the Colonials for the 2013-14 NCAA Division I hockey season, has recorded 124 points in 178 games over four seasons with the Grizzlys and currently sits ninth in AJHL scoring with 21 points and second in goals with 12.

“Spencer is a player who plays his heart out every night and cares tremendously about his teammates and the Grizzly organization,” said Grizzlys head coach Brett Hopfe in a press release. “He is a great leader who has always led by example. He is exactly what defines a Grizzly player.”

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