The Ice Dogs rock the Kenai River Brown Bears with the offensive onslaught

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Fairbanks Ice Dogs are rolling against the Kenai River Brown.
The Ice Dogs continued to own the Brown Bears, claiming the victory 5-1.
Jack Johnston had himself a night, getting 2 goals in the third period.
The scoring started in the second with Jonathan Sorenson scoring a short hander, but before the break Kenai tied it up.
The offense then broke out for Fairbanks in the final frame, scoring four goals in total.
Jax Murray scored his 10th goal of the season, and new comer Laker Aldridge scored his first goal in the Big Dipper unassisted.
Mattias Sholl was pretty good in between the pipes, getting 27 saves and only allowed one goal in.
The Ice Dogs improve to 13-8-1-2 with 29 points, and they will look to improve to 5-0 against Kenai River, who 9-12-2-1 with 21 points.
Jack Johnston is the key player for the Ice Dogs, as he proved very effective against the Brown Bears with his 2 goals last night.
The new kid Laker spoke about the environment at the Dipper.
"It's pretty crazy you know, I was kind of like, I was just like wow, I heard the crowd and I was like in awe kind of. It was pretty unreal. It's nuts, it's awesome. It's every kid's dream it's pretty sweet," said Laker.
"It definitely makes it more difficult, we've got guys on us all the time, we're just line on line when you are out there against the same guys shift after shift. It gets a little difficult to beat a guy one on one, but fortunately we were able to get it down tonight and we put up a couple of goals late in the third period to get the job done. I just feel like we've got a lot of mojo going into the third period when we got that one on the power play and we got jump in our bench we're ready to go," said Murray.