The Natives came away with 3 of a potential 6 points this past week. OCN 3 - Neepawa 4 The Natives are continuing to prove they should never be counted out of a game until the final buzzer. Sunday night at the Yellowhead Centre, the Natives headed into the third period down 3-1 to the division-leading OCN Blizzard. Cue the comeback. A powerplay goal by Brayden Cuthbert just under 11 minutes into the period and another goal by Drake Lindsay exactly 6 minutes later tied the game at 3-3 with just over 3 minutes remaining. The Natives then continued their prowess on the powerplay this year when Cuthbert scored another marker with the man advantage with only one minute left in the game to clinch a 4-3 win for Neepawa. Tyler Durdle, Riley Pace (2), Drake Lindsay, Justin Dalebozik (2) and Troy Hoban all registered assists while Craig Fournier scored Neepawa's first goal of the game. Corey Koop was again chosen as the starter for Neepawa, turning aside 36 of 39 shots faced, while former Native Alex Henry took the loss in net for OCN by allowing 4 goals on 34 shots. A decent crowd of 487 people was in attendance. Neepawa 0 - Virden 4 The Oil Caps and a near-full arena - 1,012 fans - once again proved to be too much for the Natives when they traveled to Virden Friday night. Virden led 2-0 after the first period and 4-0 after the second period. The Natives managed to get 36 shots on goal during the game but weren't able to find the back of the net. Neepawa also went 0-for-7 on the powerplay, uncharacteristic for a team who has found its niche with the man advantage this season. Corey Koop took the loss for Neepawa despite another strong 40-save performance. Kyler Beckett earned the shutout in net for Virden. Neepawa 1 – Dauphin 2 (OT) Another late goal – and another powerplay goal – ensured the Natives escaped Dauphin with a point last Wednesday. After two scoreless periods, the Kings took a 1-0 lead off a powerplay goal seven minutes into the third period. Neepawa answered back at the 15:16 mark with a powerplay marker from Derrick Brooks – assisted by Justin Dalebozik and Clayton Heinrichs – to tie the game at 1-1 and send it to overtime. In the extra period, Neepawa took a penalty at the 1:58 mark, and the Kings scored 9 seconds later to clinch a 2-1 win. The Natives were again heavily outshot by their opponents, with the Kings holding a 41-22 shot advantage. Goaltender Corey Koop received the game's third star after a 39-save performance. Neepawa went 1-for-5 on the powerplay while the Kings went 2-for-6.