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FERGUSON STOPS 47, BLAZERS WIN 2-1

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Dylan Ferguson had a night to remember with 47 saves to help the Blazers to a 2-1 win over the Spokane Chiefs on home ice Tuesday night.

The Blazers led 2-0 after the first period despite being outshot 19-10. Quinn Benjafield scored his 12th goal on a tip in front of the net and Luc Smith one-timed a shot past goaltender Donovan Buskey in the period.

The push was on for the Chiefs as they outshot the Blazers 17-5 in the third period and scored once. Riley Woods tallied on an odd man rush, but Ferguson shut the door the rest of the way in the win.

The Chiefs had plenty of power plays on the night as they went 0-for-7, while the Blazers finished 0-for-3.

The Blazers are on the road for the next two games as they travel to Victoria to face the Royals on Friday and Saturday night.

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