The Fairbanks Ice Dogs split their series against the Janesville Jets here at home

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Fairbanks Ice Dogs started their home opening series with a split against the Janesville Jets, as Fairbanks finally roared on the offensive side of the ice.
Game One was rough, as Fairbanks gave up two early goals in the second, but were able to answer with scores from John Stampohar and Parker Brown, who scored on a short hander.
However, in the third the Jets scored twice to win 4-2.
Gerogre McBey was given the loss, giving up four goals on 17 shots.
Then in Game Two, the Ice Dogs erupted on offense to win five nothing.
Luke Ciolli kicked it off in the first thanks to passes from Tanner Edwards and Lucas Erickson.
Then Ciolli scored in the second on a short hander from a pass by Grant Ledford.
The Ice Dogs held a two point lead heading into the third, and they knocked in three more goals.
Jax Murray scored twice, while Jack Johnston scored on a power play.
Fairbanks is now 3-6-1 with 7 points, which is good enough for fifth in the Midwest Division.
Their next series is at the Big Dipper, where they face the Chippewa Steel for a divisional matchup.