Despite an even first period, the Rocky Mountain RoughRiders had their way with the Colorado Springs Tigers on Nov. 6 as the Tigers went on to win 3-1 at the SportStable in Superior.
The Tigers jumped out on the board first thanks to a goal from Quinn Tefertiller to put them ahead 1-0.
The next two goals were all from the RoughRiders. More specifically, William Nolan. He scored twice to put Rocky Mountain ahead 2-1. His second goal came on the power play.
Clinging to a one-goal lead, Samuel Anderson provided some much needed insurance for the RoughRiders as he scored to make it 3-1.
All three goals for Rocky Mountain came against Colorado Springs' Trenton Carr, who faced his fair share of pressure as he managed to stop 30 shots in the loss.
On the other side, William Prowse stopped 17 shots for the RoughRiders.
William Prowse of the Rocky Mountain RoughRiders is not only the league's leader in minutes played, he's also put up some impressive statistics.
With more than 200 minutes played, the RoughRidger goaltender has accumulated a 0.75 goals against average and a .95 save percentage so far. That work also includes three shutouts so far this season.
Another thing to point out in the in the goaltending department is the duo of Ryan Mitchell and Gage Oyler. The Colorado Thunderbird goaltenders have each played 102 minutes this season and have each posted 1.5 goals against averages. Mitchell has a slight lead over Oyler when it comes to save percentage as his sits at .932.
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