Prowlers Bounce Back

By Dennis Stuckey 

Port Huron, MI - The Port Huron Prowlers bounced back from a tough Friday night home loss and beat the Watertown Wolves, 5-3 on Saturday night at McMorran Arena. 

Alex Johnson and Matyas Kasek skated the Prowlers to a 2-0 lead after one period of play. Each player assisted on the others goal, while Matt Robertson earned a point on both. 

Watertown got on the board off an Anton Lennartsson strike early in the second period, but the Prowlers responded with two more goals before the frame ended. Robertson scored at 6:19 to make it 3-1, before Jonathon Juliano netted his first goal of the season at 18:14 to make it a three goal lead for the home team after 40 minutes. 

Dalton Jay stretched the advantage to 5-1 for Port Huron before the five minute mark of the third. Late goals from Chris Leveille and Anton Kalinnin made the final a little closer at 5-3 for the Prowlers. 

Port Huron will enjoy the Christmas break and then go right back to work on Wednesday night when they host Danville at McMorran Arena. The game begins a stretch of five games in six nights for the Prowlers.

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