Will Ignatovich came up big, stopping 22 of 26 shots throughout the game. The Peoria Mustangs took the lead before the halfway point in the second on a goal from Jack Radley.
Brendan Smith had a busy night with 2 goals and Jacob Redman did his part, adding 2 assists. Wes Straker contributed with 2 goals and Bret Bauer delivered for his team with 3 assists.
In the first, Swearingen opened the scoring for Peoria with a goal at 3:07 with helpers from his teammates Bauer and Layne. Smith answered for Lansing with a goal at 18:23 with helpers from Forman and Redman.
During the second period, Straker answered for the Mustangs with a goal at 5:43 with assists from Ulrich and Bauer. Radley put in what turned out to be the game winning goal at 8:43 with helpers from Keil and Ulrich. Smith answered for the Wolves with a goal at 18:24 with assists from Forman and Redman.
In the third period, Straker answered for the Mustangs with a goal at 17:54 with a helper from Bauer. Hay quickly followed with a goal at 18:25.
This loss brings the Lansing Wolves’ record to (22-16-1-2).