The Ice Dogs go up 2-0 on the Magicians

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Fairbanks Ice Dogs are on fire in the playoffs, as they take a 2-0 series lead over the Minnesota Magicians in the Midwest Divisional Finals.
In Game 1, the Ice Dogs won thanks to a four-goal outburst in the second period.​
Jack Johnston got it going with a power play goal and was followed by Ty Proffitt to light the lamp.​
Jonathan Sorenson then led the home team with two goals to put the Ice Dogs up 4-1.​
In the final frame, Tyler Deweese scored his first goal of the postseason, while Mattias Sholl locked it down in the pipes to grab 26 saves.​
Game 2 was more of the same for Fairbanks, with the Ice Dogs winning 6-2 over the Magicians.
In the first period, Brendan MacLaren scored on a power play while Jonathan Sorenson got his fourth goal of the playoffs.​
In the second, Luke Mobley scored while the third period had Matt Koethe scoring twice and Tanner Edwards finding an empty netter on his shot.​
Sholl ended his night with 15 saves as Fairbanks needs only one more win to make it to the Robertson Cup.​
Game 3 is set for Friday down in the Lower 48. The game should start at 7:15 P.M. Central time.