Published: November 15, 2017
RAMS goalie Bradley Saskosky works to block a shot from the Dryden Eagles during the teams Home Opener on Nov. 11. RAMS Tyler Gustafson started off the team’s scoring by sinking the puck in under six minutes of play. Brysin Jacobson put the second RAMS point on the board as the second period ended. Dryden pulled ahead and it took a goal with 4:42 left in the game by Jordan Baranesky to tie things up and send them into overtime. It took only 44 seconds to end the game as a Baranesky shot made the final score 4-3 for the RAMs.
The teams met up again on Sunday afternoon where Dryden came back hard and posted an early lead of 5-0 as the second period ended. Baranesky was able to put two tallies on the board to make it a 5-2 final. Saskosky was again in net and took the loss.
The RAMS are back on home ice Nov. 20 to face off against St. Thomas Aquinas and a charity game in support of Movember on Nov. 23. – photo by Jennifer Parsons