Seven straight for Kam River

November 13, 2021

Austin Madge made 23 saves and the Kam River Fighting Walleye skated closer to first place with a 4-1 Friday night road decision over the Fort Frances Lakers.

Kam River has now won seven straight games to improve its record to 9-2-1. The second place Fighting Walleye is just two points back of the 10-2-1 Red Lake Miners atop the standings of the Superior International Jr. Hockey League.

The Fighting Walleye has a rematch with Fort Frances tonight as Kam River will play host to the 2-8-0 Lakers in a 7:30 puck drop at NorWest Arena.

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