Mooretown Penalties Killed Chances
Thursday November 6, 2014
At home In Great Lakes Jr. C
Hockey league action the
Mooretown Flags battled back
from a 2 - 0 deficit in the
first period against the
Lakeshore Canadiens to tie
things up in the second.
But in the third after the Flags
had the lead twice the team ran
into penalty troubles and opened
the door allowing 4 goals to
give away the win with a final
score of 8 - 4.
In the first
period Lakeshore scored late in
the period on a power play then
added a second goal just over a
minute and three seconds later
to take the 2 - 0 lead. Scoring
in the first for Lakeshore were
Liam MacDougall and Mejoe
Gasparovic. Lakeshore outshot
the Flags 15 - 4.
Mooretown had one power play
opportunity in the period,
Lakeshore scored once on three
In the second it
was Mooretown that scored first
on a power play then added their
second just under two minutes
later to tie things up.
Dan Lumley scored the power play
goal assisted by Ryan Lyle and
Ethan Dupont. Dupont later
caught the puck in front of the
net and slapped it into the
opening to score the tying goal.
Lyle and Lumley earned the
assist on the second goal.
Lakeshore led on shots 15 - 8.
Mooretown scored the one power
play goal on three
opportunities, Lakeshore had two
power play opportunities but
Penalties were a factor in the
At the beginning
of the third it was a solid
hockey game and the Flags took
the lead twice. The first
goal was scored by Caden Fleming
from Kyle Smith and Alec Segers
at 1:53. Lakeshore came back at
3:04 and tied the game. The
Flags regained the lead at 4:18
when Alec Segers scored assisted
by Ryan Lyle and Brent Blais but
that lead was cut a minute and
five seconds later when
Lakeshore scored to tie the game
4 - 4.
At 7:56 Lakeshore regained the
lead and never looked back
scoring 4 goals. The Flags
couldn't get any scoring chances
going because they had to play
short handed for the last eight
minutes in the game. Two of the
goals were scored on the power
play that included a 5 on 3
Scoring in the
third for Lakeshore were Zack
Bedard, Hunter Corp, Brenden
Crundwell, Luke Sanko (PP) and
AP player Austin Jennings (PP).
Lakeshore scored three times on
eleven power play opportunities.
Mooretown scored once on seven.
shot Mooretown 16 - 5 in the
third for a game total of 46-17
in favour of Lakeshore.
Despite the loss
the score would have been a lot
higher if it wasn't for the
outstanding performance by Flags
netminder Brendon Johnson.
Johnson stood solid making many
outstanding saves that included
some unbelievable glove saves
picking the pucks off and
frustrating his opponents.
In total Johnson made 38 saves.
netminder Colin Tetreault earned
the win making 13 saves.
continue to sit in the bottom of
the league with a record of
2-11-1. The team is back
in action when they travel to
Dresden to go up against the
Kings then return home on
Saturday hosting Wallaceburg.
Both games begin at 7:30 pm.