New Mexico Ice Wolves forward Nikolai Dulak was the first to put one on the board during Friday night’s game against the Lone Star Brahmas, helping the home team secure a 3-1 victory.
Nikolai Dulak GOALLLLLLL! THROW THE WOLVES IT’S 1-0 NM! pic.twitter.com/qOW1DAweZN
— New Mexico Ice Wolves (@NMIceWolves) January 7, 2023
Forward Tyler Samodral and defender Jack Dalton scored the other two goals for the Ice Wolves, giving them a two-point lead in the third quarter.
The Ice Wolves couldn’t hold off the Brahmas during their second game against the Brahmas though, losing 3-1 on Saturday. Forward Tony Leahy scored the lone goal for New Mexico, putting one in the back of the net at 14:26 in the third quarter with an assist from JD Metz.
TONY LEAHY LIGHT THE LAMP!!! What a play! 2-1 game in the third!!! pic.twitter.com/XPEPejSbyf
— New Mexico Ice Wolves (@NMIceWolves) January 8, 2023
New Mexico Ice Wolves are number four in the South Division standings, with 17 wins and 12 losses. The Lone Star Brahmas are seeded number one in the same division with 23 wins and three losses this season.
The Ice Wolves take on El Paso Rhinos on Tuesday, Jan. 10 in El Paso. Their next home game will be against Corpus Christi IceRays January 13 & 14.