Battle Creek Jr. Revolution 3 @ Chicago Jr. Bulldogs 4: Newly acquired goaltender Nathan Mortland stopped 62 shots but it wasn’t enough as the Chicago Jr. Bulldogs led by the two goal night of Ryan Maksimovic beat the visiting Battle Creek Revolution 4-3. The Jr. Bulldogs used 3 goals in the second period to overcome the visiting Revolution, who matched their season high for goals scored in a game. Maksimovic, who leads Chicago with 8 goals, struck again in the third giving the Jr. Bulldogs all the offense they would need. Battle Creek took advantage of their opportunities scoring twice on the power play with goals from Michael Schmitt and Eric Stewart. Chicago goalie Joey Garapolo was strong in the crease turning away 48 shots to pick up the W.
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Chicago Jr. Bulldogs 5 @ Topeka Capitals 6 (SO): Matt Kostopoulos scored with 48 seconds remaining to bring the game to extra time but Topeka goaltender Jude Hull stopped Daniel Marotz in the shootout to seal the victory as the Topeka Capitals beat the Chicago Jr. Bulldogs 6-5. The visiting Bulldogs scored three straight goals to end the game including the Kostopoulos game-tying goal late in the third period. It was Topeka forward Tyler Brady, who scored two goals and added an assist in regulation, who gave Hull the chance to win the game when he scored on Bulldogs goaltender Michael Paku in the shootout. Hull, who stopped 29 shots on the night, is undefeated on the season winning all three of his starts.
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Chicago Jr. Bulldogs 0 @ Topeka Capitals 5: Mike McElroy took advantage of his first start of the season stopping 24 shots to earn the shutout and a 5-0 victory over the Chicago Jr. Bulldogs. Forward Nick Manney had three assists and five different Capitals scored goals in the victory. The Topeka offense peppered the Jr. Bulldogs goalie Michael Krch with shots all day. Krch ended up with 47 saves in a losing effort.
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*The two games against Topeka were designated as exhibition games for the Bulldogs and do not count towards the team's record in the NA3HL standings.
The Bulldogs meet the Revolution again, this time in Battle Creek on Saturday and Sunday.