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Visiting teams round up Mustangs on weekend

Fort Macleod Mustangs forward Cole Matson tries to bang the puck past Kainai Chiefs goalie Danny Weasel Fat.


Call Marr of the Fort Macleod Mustangs collides with Russell Wells of the Kainai Chiefs.

Home ice was no advantage on the weekend for the Fort Macleod Mustangs.
The Mustangs dropped back-to-back starts at the Fort Macleod and District Sports Centre to the visiting Kainai Chiefs and Nanton Palominos.
The losses drop Fort Macleod’s Ranchland Hockey League record to 5-4-1 heading into their game Friday, Dec. 9 at Siksika.
Chiefs 8 Mustangs 3
Mike White Quills and Mitch Many Fingers both fired hat tricks Friday night to lead Kainai Chiefs to an 8-3 win over the Mustangs.
Beamer Tail Feathers scored twice for Kainai, who held period leads of 3-1 and 6-3 on their way to the win.
Colton Wells, Cam Creighton and Ty Day Chief each picked up two assists on Chiefs goals and Joey Iron Shirt, Michael Bull Shields and Tylin Oka each had one.
Greg Schimanski, Kent Broere and Steven De Kok replied for Fort Macleod.
Justin Donahue had two assists on Fort Macleod goals and Colby Charteris, Cole Rutledge and Mason Bond each had one.
Danny Weasel Fat made 47 saves in the Kainai goal, while Mustangs netminder Joel Hasselman turned aside 45 shots.
Nanton 4 Mustangs 3
Two unanswered second period goals proved the difference Saturday night as Nanton Palominos edged the Mustangs 4-3.
The teams were tied 2-2 after one period but Nanton surged ahead in the second frame on goals by Jordie Waters and Curtis Bilsten.
Fort Macleod got one back in the third period but could not get the equalizer past Nanton goalie Bradley Drager, who made 40 saves in the game.
Brandon Egger had a goal and two assists for the Palominos and Derek Sears also scored. Brady Egger and Jeff Matheson each had an assist.
De Kok, Tyce Gallamore and Schimanski had the Fort Macleod goals. Kyle Eskes, Bond, Call Marr and Cody Hall each had an assist.
Hall blocked 32 shots in the Fort Macleod goal.

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