It was a game Matt Quinn's players said they thought they should have won.

"They were frustrated," the coach said after Thursday's 3-0 loss at Farmington. "It should have been a closer score. They thought tonight was our best chance for another conference win."

Red Wing out-shot Farmington 11-8, but couldn't find the net.

The Tigers opened scoring with 19 minutes remaining in the first half with a header over the top of Winger goalie Aaron Grave, who logged five saves on the night.

Farmington struck again nine minutes into the second half on "a little bit of a defensive breakdown," Quinn said. The Tigers later buried a penalty kick with 14 minutes left.

The loss capped a tiring stretch for the Wingers (3-6 overall, 1-3 Missota Conference) who played six games in eight days.

"We're looking forward to a little break," Quinn said.

Red Wing's next action will be Tuesday when the squad travels to Northfield.