Erick Delaurentis opened the scoring on the powerplay before the Voyageurs tied the game with less than a minute left to play in the first period. Sixteen year old rookie Josh Supryka, named 1st Star and Hardest Working Player-of-the-Game, gave the Dukes the lead in the middle period with an absolute bullet early in the frame before Mike Soucier roofed one in late in the same period that chased the Voyageurs goaltender.
Steven Deeg and another powerplay marker by Joe McKeown rounded out the scoring in the final period. Defenseman Kyle Paat had three assists while Supryka and Delaurentis each had a pair. Other helpers went to Luc Brown, Parker Wood and Deeg. Tyson Teichmann, named 2nd Star and Defensive Player-of-the-Game, faced 30 shots to pick up the win in net. Chad Thibodeau was named 3rd Star of the Game playing hard against the Voyageurs top lines.
The Dukes will leave for Milton on Sunday to take on the Icehawks starting at 3:30 PM.