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Mooretown Flags Defeat the Kings
january 25, 2015


Great Lakes Jr. C Hockey League
 

Dan HacheyThe excitement continues as the Mooretown Flags add 2 points after edging out the Dresden Kings
5 - 4 in Mooretown Saturday night in Jr. Lakes Jr. C Hockey regular league action.


Dan Hachey returning to the Flags and playing in his second game scored his first of the season and only goal in the first period at 3:30. 

       Dan Hachey

Alec Segers and Joe DeSena picked up the assist on the play. 

 

Caden Fleming put the Flags up 2 - 0 scoring his 10th of the season on a power play at 1:41 with Matt Brandon and Brett Thompson earning assists.  A minute and three seconds later Justin Vanbuskirk scored from Brent Blais and Dan Lumley to go up 3 - 0 in the early portion of the period. 

Dresden answered back with 2 power play goals to narrow the gap the first at 3:59 and at 7:38 by Ross Krieger and Derek Daly.  Frankie White regained the Flags 2 point spread at 9:22 scoring on the power play with help from Dan Lumley and Sam Jasmin.  Dresden would score the final goal of the period at 14:04 by John Montgomery to narrow the Flags lead to 4 - 3 heading into the third. 

 

Action continued and late at 14:54 in the third Kevin Ritzer scored the third power play goal for the Kings to tie the game at 4 apiece.
Joe DeSena
As the game was coming to a close and it appeared that the two teams would face overtime Joe DeSena found the back of the net with :09 seconds remaining that gave the Flags their 14th win of the season. Dan Lumley picked up his 3rd point of the night assisting on the winning goal. Colton Osborne also earned an assist on the play.

Joe DeSena          

Brandon Johnson
Brandon Johnson earned the win in net for the Flags making a total of 30 saves, Scott Tricker took the loss made 18 saves.

 

Mooretown scored twice on five power play opportunities, Dresden scored three time on four.

     Brandon Johnson

The Flags have 3 games remaining in the regular season and their record has improved to 14-20-3-0. 


The team is back in action today (Sunday Jan 25) traveling to Amherstburg to take on the second place Admirals (25-11-2-1)  This will be the final of five meetings between these two teams in the regular season and the Admirals lead 3 - 1.

 

 


 

 


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