The Vegreville Rangers made it a tight contest in St. Paul but came out on the wrong side on Tuesday night …
Despite holding a 4-3 lead in the third period, the Vegreville Rangers fell 5-4 to the St. Paul Canadiens in the North Eastern Alberta Junior Hockey League on Tuesday.
Orrie Wood and Brayden Goulet scored for St. Paul to erase the deficit and improve to 17-10-and-1, good for fourth in the N.E.A.J.H.L. standings.
Brady Dunn paced Vegreville's offense, scoring a pair in the loss.
While St. Paul has won 8 of their last 10 games, the Rangers are still seeking their second win of the season and are running out of time to make it happen with only five games remaining in their Regular Season.
Vegreville's back in action on Friday when they travel to Lac La Biche for a date with the Clippers.