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Lone Star Brahmas Shutout Bismarck Bobcats

Lone Star Brahmas veteran defenseman Sam Brennan. Photo courtesy of Rebekah Bing Photography: Lone Star Brahmas veteran forward Sam Brennan picked up his second goal of the season in a 4-0 shutout of the Bismarck Bobcats.

The Lone Star Brahmas and Bismarck Bobcats took to the ice late Friday afternoon in day three of the NAHL Showcase in Blaine Minnesota.

For the third straight day, Ludvig Persson got the call in net and shut the Bobcats down with a 21 save performance and the Lone Star Brahmas pushed their early season record to 3-0-0-0.

Thomas Daskas scored his second of the season just 21 seconds into the contest from Matthew Rickard and Eric Huss. Veteran Defenseman Sam Brennan added another at 7:10 of the opening from with Malcolm Palmer recording the assist.

Lone Star added single goals in the second and third periods giving Persson more than enough offense. Michal Stinil was responsible for the second period tally with Matt Guerra getting the assist and last nights overtime hero Drew DeCarlo finished it off with an assist going to Brendan Westbrook.

Lone Star outshot Bismarck 31-21 in the contest and the penalty kill was unblemished once again holding the Bobcats scoreless on seven attempts. The Brahmas were also scoreless on the power play going 0-4 in the game.

The Lone Star Brahmas will wrap up Showcase play against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights Saturday morning at 9:30 AM Central Standard Time.

 

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