Stout sets franchise mark for goals as Dryden dumps Minnesota

DRYDEN, Ont. – Eric Stout tallied twice Friday night to set a new Dryden GM Ice Dogs mark in career goals with 90 as part of a 13-0 romp over the Minnesota Iron Rangers in a Superior International Junior Hockey League game at Memorial Arena.

Stout surpasses the old club mark of 89 previously set by Jacen Bracko in his time in Dryden.

Jacob Siebenga also had a big night for Dryden as he notched a hat trick and added a couple of assists for the five-point evening.

The GM Ice Dogs skated out to a 4-0 lead after one period of play thanks to tallies from Siebenga, Stout, Brody Nilsen and Braden Shea.

It was more from the home side in the middle stanza as Siebenga, Trygve Many Guns, Cameron Coutre and Rayman Bassi all found the back of the net.

Dryden then finished off the one-side result in the third as Shea, Siebenga, Stout Dylan Winsor and Malcolm Huemmert all scored for the GM Ice Dogs.

Bassi and Ryan Brandt chipped in with three assists apiece in the triumph.

Jordan Wilde posted the shutout for Dryden while Nick Corneliusen suffered the loss in net for the Iron Rangers.

Photo credit: Brian Kuzemchuk