Fairbanks Ice Dogs earn second sweep in a row with pair of victories over Coulee Region

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Fairbanks Ice Dogs secured their second sweep in a row when they defeated the Coulee Region Chill this weekend.
They defeated the Chill 5-1 on Friday and then earned a 4-2 win on Saturday.
Saturday's game started with a scoreless first period but the Dogs were able to outscore the Chill 3-1 in the second frame.
Both teams scored once in the final period which was enough to secure the win for the Dogs.
Daniel Haider, Hunter Wendt, Erkka Vanska, and Jack Johnston all scored goals for the Ice Dogs, Wendt and Haider also earned an assist.
Future Alaska Nanook Samuel Ruffin dished out two assists while Noah Wilson, Jax Murray, and Connor Chilton all earned an assist themselves.
The Ice Doggy Dogs are now 19-5-3-2 on the year and have a firm grasp on first place in the NAHL Midwest Division.
They have 43 conference points and are now 7 points in front of the Janesville Jets and the Springfield Jr. Blues, who are tied for second place with 36 points.
After winning nine out of their last 10 games, The Ice Dogs will now get a bit of a break for Christmas and will be back on the ice on December 30th and the 31st down in Pennsylvania against the Johnstown Tomahawks.