Mavericks forward Brett Stovin (center), who scored a goal Tuesday night, sent a shot toward the Brampton goalie in Missouri’s final home game of the season at the Independence Events Center.
Mavericks forward Brett Stovin (center), who scored a goal Tuesday night, sent a shot toward the Brampton goalie in Missouri’s final home game of the season at the Independence Events Center. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Mavericks forward Brett Stovin (center), who scored a goal Tuesday night, sent a shot toward the Brampton goalie in Missouri’s final home game of the season at the Independence Events Center. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Missouri Mavericks close home slate with 5-1 win over Brampton

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