Boruch’s 7-goal game gives Outlaws their first ever win

By Jeff D'Andrea
May 14, 2017 - 4:21pm

The Prince Albert Outlaws won their first game in franchise history, thanks to a monster individual performance.

Brennan Boruch scored a whopping seven goals in the Outlaws’ 11-10 win over the Estevan Impact Sunday on the road. It’s the Outlaws’ first ever win, which came in their seventh game. They’re now 1-5-1 to start in their inaugural season.

On Saturday, the Outlaws fell 13-5 to the Moose Jaw Chiefs in the Friendly City.

The Outlaws will also play their next two games on the road, Thursday against the Saskatoon SWAT and June 4 against the Regina Heat.

The Outlaws next home game is June 9 against the Saskatoon Steelers.


Jeff D'Andrea is paNOW's sports reporter. He can be reached at [email protected] or tweet him @jeff_paNOW.

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