Fairbanks Ice Dogs fall in Overtime to Topeka

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Fairbanks Ice Dogs saw their most recent winning streak come to an end on Saturday night down in Kansas.
The Dogs fell to the Topeka Pilots 3-2 in Overtime.
Fairbanks faced a deficit early on with the Pilots jumping out to a 2-1 lead after the first period.
Both teams were scoreless in the second period and the first half of the third.
It looked like the Dogs would be leaving the ice with no Divisional Points, but Ty Proffitt was able to force Overtime with a goal 14 minutes into the final frame of regulation.
Unfortunately for the Dogs, Mattew Francois was able to secure the overtime win for Topeke 4 minutes and 27 seconds into the extra period.
Jonathan Sorenson earned the first goal of the night for the Ice Dogs while Noah Wilson, and Grant Ledford finished with an assist.
Andrew Garby led the team in assists with two.
The Dogs are now 8-6-1-1 overall this year and have moved up to #3 in the NAHL Midwest Division with 18 points.
The Dogs will be back in the friendly confines of the Big Dipper Ice Arena on November 2nd and 3rd for a two game series against the Minnesota Magicians.
Both games are set for a 7:30 start.