Patrick earns first GLHL shutout as Wolverines blank Bombers
Calumet Wolverines veteran goaltender Ryan Patrick stopped 48 shots for his first career shutout, and the Wolverines moved to 2-2 on the season with a 6-0 victory against the West Bend Bombers Friday night in West Bend, Wis.
It was Patrick’s first shutout in 135 Great Lakes Hockey League contests.
Patrick was aided in victory with a four-assist night for Logan Rastello, two goals and two assists from Mike Babcock, two goals from Josh Harju, and two assists by Kyle Isaacson and Tyler Harju.
The Wolverines were scheduled to play the Vernon Hills Capitals tonight, but the Capitals suspended operations before the season began. Calumet will hit the road again next weekend, playing in Fond du Lac and Madison.