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It was a tough week for the Juneau-Douglas hockey team after the Crimson Bears dropped four games in four days, each by just one goal, in the Homer End of the Road Shootout.
Tournament champion Hutchinson topped the Bears 2-1Saturday.
Nick Mow scored the lone JDHS goal off an assist fromJohn Kenyon.
Hutchinson outshot the Bears 43-28, and Matt Noreen made 41 saves in goal for JDHS.
The Bears lost a 6-5 heartbreaker Friday to Eagle River after holding a 5-4 lead with just 42.3 seconds remaining.
Eagle River got a goal to tie, and then scored a short-handed game winner with just 19 seconds left on the clock.
Zane Chapman scored on an assist from Robin Woodby, followed by a Trever Held unassisted score, both in the first period.
Chris Budbill assisted Kenyon on the Bears' third goal in the second period, and Held scored his second goal in the third period with an assist from Cole Carnahan and Mow.
Billy Holbrook scored the Bears' final goal off a Woodby assist.
Garret Cheeseman totaled 50 saves in goal for JDHS. Eagle River outshot the Bears 50-12.
JDHS (0-4) returns home for two league games in two days against North Pole on Dec. 4-5.