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Red Wing ends home season with win over Winona

Red Wing forward Jack Maroushek plays the puck between his legs during the first period of the Wingers' 9-2 victory over Winona on Thursday. Maroushek had a goal and two assists in the win. Kyle Stevens / RiverTown Multimedia

Drew Siewert scored late in the first period on Thursday, and it seemed to spark Red Wing's offense. The Wingers scored three times in the second, and four times in the third, in a 9-3 win over Winona.

Red Wing's Gavin Lampe got the first goal of the game, 2 minutes, 23 seconds into the first on an assist from Cam Blue. Roman Grulkowski tied it for the Winhawks nine minutes later. Siewert buried a Teddy Lillico pass at 16:21 to give the Wingers a 2-1 lead into the first intermission.

In the second, Jack Maroushek scored 65 seconds in on a Derek Gielau pass, and then Blue scored on a feed from Lillico at 3:17.

Winona got a goal from Hans Larsen, but Gielau answered on assists from Logan Sammon and Jack Nevitt. But Grulkowski beat the buzzer at 16:59 to pull the Winhawks within one.

The third opened with a goal from Dylan Hadler, with Maroushek and Nevitt earning assists. Then Nevitt scored unassisted, followed by goals from Sammon (Bolland) and Michael Stoffel (Maroushek). Zach Harding made 11 saves for Red Wing, while Alex Benson was peppered with 47 shots.

Red Wing (5-15-2) closes out the regular season on the road. On Monday, the Wingers head to Austin, with trips to Hastings, on Tuesday, and Northfield, on Thursday, also on the schedule.

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