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Defenceman Josh Van Mulligen helped lock down a 2-1 overtime win for his team in the Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League’s all-star game Saturday, then returned to score the only goal for his team in a home game Sunday.
At Edmonton, Van Mulligen was the lone South East Athletic Club representative on the South All-Stars, which trailed their northern counterparts until Calgary Flames’ Drew Freer scored in the last minute of regulation, then again early in overtime to pull out the victory.
Van Mulligen had the lone goal at Hockey Hounds Arena for the Tigers in a 7-1 loss to Lethbridge. Ty Fraser had two goals and three assists for the Golden Hawks, who according to the online scoresheet were outshot 35-33.
The Tigers are in Edmonton starting Thursday taking part in the Western Canadian Crown Elite Bantam Invitational. Here is their Round Robin schedule for the tournament.
Thu Jan 16 @ 03:45 PM vs Valley West Giants
Fri Jan 17 @ 09:30 AM vs Rink Hockey Academy
Fri Jan 17 @ 07:30 PM vs Saskatoon Stallions
You can follow their progress here: https://www.crowninvitational.com/home
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