PELHAM, AL – Seven-straight wins would be the maximum the Marksmen win-streak would see, as their streak would be stopped in Pelham.
A slow start would be the crucifix of the Marksmen in Friday night’s affair in Alabama, as the Birmingham Bulls would continue their streak of success against Fayetteville in regular-season play. Two goals in the first period, separated only by 1:04, would be more than the Marksmen could muster, as Tirowski and Harris would take a 2-0 Bulls lead into the first intermission.
Early into the second period, Nick Le Sage would score his first professional goal early on to attempt a Marksmen comeback effort, making it a 2-1 game. The Marksmen would dominate the period, but Birmingham goaltender Art Brey would continue to stand on his head through the night.
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