Marshall helps in Team USHL's comeback win
The Wings Bryan Marshall scored a goal and added an assist as Team USHL came back from a 3-0 deficit in the third period to defeat Team World 4-3 in overtime in the USHL's Prospects/All-Star game. Marshall scored with 36 seconds remaining to force the game into an overtime session, where Sioux Falls Jim McKenzie, MVP of the game, scored his second goal of the game to complete the comeback.
Wings break losing streak
February 9, 2004 - The Wings netted 2 points in the standings over the weekend with a loss to St. Louis but more importantly a big win over Green Bay. With the loss on Friday the Wings winless streak had reached 11 games. (0-9-2). It was an entertaining affair between the two teams as St. Louis came out with 2 goals before the Wings tied it on Derek Patrosso and Brad Robbins goals. St. Louis scored another pair before Jeremy Hall tightened the game with 4 minutes remaining. But the Wings couldn't score again and the streak continued. The Wings ended the streak on Saturday as they hosted a hot Green bay team. The teams went scoreless in the first period before Travis Winter scored his 8th goal of the year on a Chris Anderson shot from the point. Green Bay tied the score 2 minutes later. With the game notted a 1 a piece in the third Danville's Patrosso netted the game winner and gave the Wings their first win in 12 games.
The win improved the Wings record to 18-18-6 and kept them 1 point ahead of Waterloo for third in the East division. The Wings host St. Louis on Wednesday night which is the rescheduled game from December 12th. They will then travel to Green Bay on Friday before returning home on Saturday to face West division leaders Tri-City.
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United States Hockey League Stories from February 10, 2004
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