SIOUX FALLS, SD- The Muskegon Lumberjacks overcame a 3-1 deficit in the second period, but fell 5-3 to the Sioux Falls Stampede on Friday. After the Stampede struck first on Artem Ivanyuzhenkov's fifth goal of the season, the Jacks answered when Emilio Pettersen poked home a loose puck, tying the game at one with 6:10 to play in the opening period. Sioux Falls would score a power-play goal with just three seconds remaining in the first to give them the 2-1 lead after one.
SIOUX FALLS, SD- The Muskegon Lumberjacks will cover nearly 1,600 miles on their long road trip this weekend, but it may be just what the doctor ordered. Following a season-long six-game homestand, Muskegon travels west to face the Sioux Falls Stampede for a weekend doubleheader. The six-game stretch at home only included two victories, although the Jacks salvaged a .500 record (2-2-2) by forcing overtime in two of the six games.
MUSKEGON, MI- The Muskegon Lumberjacks scored three goals in the third period, but couldn't overcome a 4-1 deficit to the Youngstown Phantoms Sunday, falling 5-4. In a seesaw battle, Muskegon fell behind 4-1 early in period three whenYoungstown forward Curtis Hall found an open Tommy Parrottino on an odd-man rush. Parrottino whacked a one-timer into the open net to put Youngstown up by three 1:31 into the third.
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