The Nipawin Hawks were able to come into Flin Flon Saturday and came back from a 1 goal deficit on 3 differant occasions to beat the Bombers 4-3.
Brody Robinson opened the scoring at 8:41 of the first period before Nipawin would tie it at 17:52 on a goal by newcomer James Sorrey. The Bombers would once again take the lead when Genier would one time a pretty pass from Cam Blair in the top corner on Jordan Liem.
That was the Bombers first power play goal of the season and Flin Flon would take a 2-1 lead to the locker room after the opening period.
It wouldn't take the Hawks long to tie things in the second, veteran Taylor Balog would score 1:36 in on a nice pass from behind the Bombers net from Danzig. Cam Blair would give the Bombers their third lead of the night as he would deflect a Brock Hounsell shot on the power play and the Bombers went up 3-2.
Tad Kozan scored his 5th of the season to tie the game at 15:22 and it was all even at 3 after 2 periods.
James Sorrey would score his second of the night 4:39 into the third period and that would stand up as the game winner.
The Bombers pressed the rest of the way but could not get the equalizer and the Hawks would hang on for their second win of the season.
Final shots Nipawin 36 - Flin Flon 26, making it the third game in a row the Bombers have been outshot.
The Bombers drop to 1-2 and I picked some positives out of the game despite the loss.
The Bomber power play looked good, real good, going 2 for 6. Brett Boehm who made his season debut, makes a big differance and added a lot of spark every time he was on the ice.
New comers Jean Kristoff Grenier and Justin Rasmussen both looked better and I think are going to be real forces in this league once they start to get more games under their belt. Grenier did score his first SJ goal in the loss.
The Bombers will turn their focus to the Kindersley Klippers this weekend , who come to town for games Friday and Saturday. Kindersley is off to a great start at 3-0 after a come from behind win over Melville on Saturday.