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Sioux City Musketeers beat Des Moines in shootout

SIOUX CITY — Ryan Conmy scored twice, Ben Doran scored the only goal in a penalty shootout and Axel Mangbo saved all three of the Des Moines Buccaneers’ tries as the Sioux City Musketeers won 3-2 on Sunday.

The Musketeers opened the scoring with the 5:03 mark of the first period as Conmy scored his first of two goals to give the Muskies a 1-0 lead.

That goal was answered by Des Moines’ Braden Rourke, who hit the back of the net to level things 1-1.

A power play that spilled over into the second period gave the Musketeers a chance to take the lead. Conmy brought his team 10th place of the season after a no-look pass from Ben Doran to lead Sioux City 2-1 into the third period.

In this third period, however, the Bucs found the net again. Braedon Ford hit a fluttering puck to level the game at 2-2 and send it into overtime.

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Neither team lit the lamp in extra time that led to the penalty shootout. Doran was Sioux City’s second shooter, finishing with a backhand shot to give the Muskies the advantage. Axel Mangbo stopped 25 of Des Moines’ 27 shot attempts, including all three on penalties, to secure victory for the Musketeers.

Sioux City (7-6-2) ended a rare three-game weekend and now have 16 points in the Western Conference standings, level on points with Waterloo in third place.

The Musketeers won’t play again until November 23 when they take on the Omaha Lancers at 7:05 p.m. at the Tyson Events Center.

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