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Wildcats Win First At Home

The Wichita Falls Wildcats outshot Fairbanks 3-1 in a shootout to earn their first victory of the season at Kay Yeager Coliseum.

The Wildcats improve to 2-4 on the early season.

Austin Adduono scored on a power-play goal early in the first to open up scoring in game, then added another goal early in the second to put Wildcats back ahead 2-1.

Cody Williams added a goal 98 seconds into the third period to increase the lead to 3-1, but the Ice Dogs rallied back, with a goal from Pavlo Padakin followed by a score from Anton Racklin with 1:01 left on the clock in the third.

The Wildcats bounced back in the shootout, thanks to goals from Dennis Kravchenko, Williams and Tanner Fahlstedt.

Tyler green finished with 35 saves in net.

The Wildcats remain at home to face Topeka next Saturday and Sunday night.

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