Prowlers Fall to Sea Wolves in Biloxi

The Port Huron Prowlers got the first blemish on their seven-game road trip as they fell to the Mississippi Sea Wolves 4-3 at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum on Nov. 24. It was the first victory for the Sea Wolves over the Prowlers in franchise history.

Port Huron got going in the first when Evan Foley tapped in a loose puck at the post for his second of the season.

Dan Chartrand doubled the advantage early in the second with his first of the year before Alex Johnson made it 3-0 with a power play goal. He’s scored a man-advantage goal in three-straight games.

45 seconds later, Mississippi hit the comeback trail. Philip Wong batted home a rebound with under five minutes to go in the period and then just over two minutes after that, Danny Liscio beat Tucker Tynan to the short side on a rush to make it a one-goal game heading into the third.

Yianni Liarakos banked home a shot from below the goal line in the third to tie the score before Jackson Bond gave the Sea Wolves their first lead of the night.

The Prowlers had power play opportunities late but couldn’t cash in.

Chartrand was named the third star of the game with a goal and an assist while Tynan made 23 saves in the loss.

Wong was the first star with a goal and two assists while Bond, one of three Sea Wolves with a goal and an assist, received second star honors. Joseph Sheppard made 34 saves in net.

The teams battle again on Nov. 25 with puck drop slated for 7:05 P.M. eastern. That game will be live on the PHP Network YouTube channel.

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