The Okotoks Oilers offense was firing on all cylinders on the evening of November 23, but it wasn't enough to get past the Whitecourt Wolverines goalie, who managed to block 41 shots on net.

The final score of the game was 4-2 in the Wolverines favor, who emerge victorious on the Oilers home ice in the Pason Centennial Arena in Okotoks.

#6 Tanner Sawka goes to work for the Oilers in first period, scoring on a power play, while #22 Blake Wells ties up the game in second period.

However, by the third period the Wolverines make careful use of their limited shots, scoring two goals and ending the game.

Currently, the Oilers are tied for fourth place in the South Division standings in the AJHL, tied with the Camrose Kodiaks at 29 points.

The Oilers will be looking for better luck on November 24 as they host the Grande Prairie Storm in Okotoks.

The Storm are coming off a shutout loss to the Canmore Eagles on November 23.

Game time is set for 7 p.m.


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