Half an Inch More Could Make a Difference
friday november 28, 2014
The pinging sound off the pipes
was heard about five times and
one could have only wish for
half an inch more that would
have made a difference but
instead the Flags had to settle
taking a 3 - 1 loss in Alvinston
Friday night against the Flyers.
"It was a good game with some
bad breaks." General Manager
John Baker said. "Stuff happens
but it was a good effort."
With players off due to sickness
and work the Flags traveled to
Alvinston with 15 skaters and 2
goalies. "All three lines
played very well despite being
short," Baker said "and BJ
(Brandon Johnson had a really
good game in net."
After a solid first period with
neither side scoring Alvinston
went on and scored three goals
in the second. The first two
were power play goals and the
third was scored shorthanded.
Karsten Berg scored a power play
goal and the shorthanded goal
and Chad Rainsberry scored a
In the third Mooretown's Frankie
White scored the lone goal of
the period with Dan Lumley and
David Addley earning the
"I don't think the shots on goal
were actual." Baker said in
reference to the online
scoreboard showing that
Alvinston outshot the Flags 50 -
26. "However BJ (Johnson)
made many good stops."
Brett Avery earned the win in
net for Alvinston.
The flags power play line
struggled as they went zero for
ten on power play opportunities.
Alvinston scored twice on six
The Flags are back in action on
Wednesday December 3rd when they
host Lakeshore at the Mooretown
Sports Complex with an 8:00 pm
At the Jr. C Showcase event held
on Thursday November 27 the
Great Lakes League shut out the
Southern Ontario Jr. hockey
league 4 - 0.
Mooretown players Ethan Dupont
and Austin Hewton competing in
the showcase game each earned an
assist in the win.