Once the Portage Terriers stormed out of the gate Sunday evening, the OCN Blizzard had no answer. With the Blizzard playing their third game in as many nights, the Terriers struck for three goals in the first 20 minutes and cruised to a 7-0 win at the PCU Centre to move to 3-1 on the season. The Blizzard dropped to 2-2-1. The Terriers started goaltender Zac Robidoux, who was recently released by the WHL's Medicine Hat Tigers shortly after making the junior club. And Portage's fifth-round draft pick in 2011 didn't disappoint, picking up a 22-save shutout in his MJHL debut. "I felt nervous off the start, but once we got up, I felt comfortable and got a feel for the puck," he said. The 17-year-old from Morden also called his debut shutout one of the highlights of his career. Just when you thought the Terriers goaltending situation was a little bit clearer after the trade of Adam Iwan to Virden, it once again becomes an interesting scenario with Talor Joseph and Mitch Wiebe already on the roster. "We were shocked that he came back," said Spiller of Robidoux's release from Medicine Hat. "We moved Iwan to a good situation and it looks like we're going to have to do that down the road again here. It's not going to be easy, because we think all three of these guys are quality." For more on this article by the Portage Daily Graphic Click Here. Zac Robidoux has been training with GDI Goaltending from his 2nd year Bantam on. This past summer he was at the training centre 6 days a week with the Total GDI Academy - 3 days on-ice and 3 days off-ice for July and August.