All the scoring in Tuesday’s boys hockey game between Baldwin-Woodville and New Richmond was done in the first period.
Jacob Sanders scored the first B-W goal at the 14 minute, 21 second mark on an even strength goal with the assists from Trenton Veenendall and Zac Holme. Less than two minutes later, Tiger Brock Unger broke the 1-1 tie on a power play goal which wrapped up the scoring as New Richmond prevailed 2-1.
B-W finished with 35 shots on goal, but Tiger goaltender Blake Milton was stout between the pipes, stopping 34. Easton Lindus started for the Blackhawks and stopped 16 New Richmond shots on 18 attempts. Zach Stevens relieved him to start the third and stopped all 18 shots he faced.
The power play was the story of the game. New Richmond scored both of their goals on the power play, while B-W went 0-for-4.
The Blackhawks are now 6-7-3 on the year.