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Brayden Point scored two goals Saturday night, leading the Moose Jaw Warriors to a 5-3 win over Brandon at Mosaic Place to finish up their 2012 pre-season schedule.
Andrew Johnson put the Warriors on the board at 5:46 of the first period when he cashed in a rebound on a shot from Torrin White. Brandon took a one goal lead into the first intermission after goals from Richard Nejezchleb and Alessio Bertaggia.
Sam Fioretti evened the score at two in the second period when he drove between the circles and beat Brandon goalie Corbin Boes at 7:23. Late in the middle frame Moose Jaw was on a 5-on-3 power play, Point scored his first of the night with 26 seconds left in the period to pull the Warriors in the lead 3-2.
Point made it a 4-2 game at 6:18 of the third period; Captain Kendall McFaull drove down the right wall and feathered a pass to Point for his second of the game. Eric Roy pulled Brandon to within one at 16:40, but the Warriors put the game away on a Torrin White power play goal at 19:12.
Point had two markers; White had a goal and two points; Morgan Rielly had two assists; Joel Edmundson and Carter Hansen had one assist each; Justin Paulic made 20 saves in the win; Moose Jaw was 2-for-10 on the power play and 2-for-3 on the penalty kill.
The Warriors finish the pre-season with a 3-1-1 record and will now get ready to open the 2012-2013 regular season Friday, September 21st when they host the Swift Current Broncos. Tickets for the home opener are available now at Mosaic Place box office; fans are encouraged to arrive at the game early for the pre-game festivities.