Sam Hanson contributed with 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists). Dante Jones had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 2 goals and Cameron Mcatee chipped in with 2 goals.
In the first period, Jones opened the scoring for St. Louis with a goal at 2:06 with a helper from Winter. Hazelton quickly followed with a goal at 3:38 with assists from his linemates, Papa and Carroll. Jones put in a goal at 13:24 with a helper from defenseman Hohl.
During the second, Hatton netted a goal at 9:10 with assists from his teammates Shively and Cox. Hanson quickly followed with a goal at 9:55. Mcatee answered for the Jr. Blues with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 15:20 with helpers from Cox and Galaguzov. Mcdermott answered for Wisconsin with a goal at 17:34 with assists from Vandervalk and Fortin.
During the third, Marshman put in a goal at 6:21 with helpers from his linemates, Hanson and Grobstick. Mcatee quickly followed with a goal at 7:04 with assists from Dunaway and Yurisich. Fisk answered for Wisconsin with a goal at 10:14 with a helper from Hanson. Galaguzov quickly followed with a goal at 10:36 with an assist from his linemate Cox. Cox netted a goal at 12:57 with helpers from Jones and Papa. Shively quickly followed with a goal at 13:55 with an assist from Cox.
This loss brings the Wisconsin Whalers’ record to (18-27-1-1).