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Mooretown Flags Penalties Killed Lead
monday October 6, 2014


The Flags allowed four power play goals in the game and took a 6 - 5 loss in Blenheim in Great Lakes Jr. C league action on Sunday night.

 

Both sides shared single goals in the first period.  Corbin Hagerman opened the scoring for Blenheim scoring the first power play goal.  Brett Thompson tied the game with Sam Jasmin and Ryan Lyle earning assists. 

 

In the second Blenheim scored :47 seconds into the period their second power play goal by Teddy McGeen.  At 1:38 Thompson tied things up scoring his second goal with Jasmin and Lyle again earning the assists.  Blenheim regained the lead at 3:17 with Keelen Kaniecki scoring.  Two quick goals late in the period by Mooretown the first by Ryan Lyle from Matt Brandon and Sam Jasmin and the second by Dallas Harper from Alec Segers and Justin Melo gave the Flags a 4 - 3 lead heading into the third.

 

Brett Thompson scored his third goal and the only power play goal at 3:07 in the third to widen the lead to 5 - 3.  Later in the period at Blenheim came back and tied the game after scoring two quick power play goals the first at 11:27 and the second at 11:52.  Teddy McGeen and Zack Horvath scored the two power play goals. With just five seconds remaining in the game Horvath found the opening and scored the game winner for Blenheim.

 

Brandon Johnson suffered the loss in net for the Flags after making 40 saves.  Eric Stewardson allowed three goals on 17 shots and was replace by Klinton Kenney who turned away six of seven shots.

 

Mooretown scored one power play goals on three opportunities, Blenheim went four on five.

 

The Flags are now 2-6-1 for the season and return to action after Thanksgiving  when they host the Alvinston Flyers on Saturday October 18 at the Moore Sports Complex.  Game time at 7:30 pm.



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