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Lambton AAA Bantam take a Win and a Tie in Weekend Play
November 21, 2012 


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Lambton take 2 points from Windsor

After a sluggish start to the game , the Sting put together a hard working team effort to beat the Spitfires 4-1.

After successfully killing off a penalty, Isaac McLean would find Franco Sproviero streaking out of the penalty box for a beautiful breakaway goal . Paul Sowinski would also pick up an assist.

With the game tied 1-1 Brett Barnes on the power play would thread a perfect cross ice pass to Brock Perry who then labeled a one timer past the Windsor goalie to put the Lambton Squad up 2-1 .

Before the period would end Eric Marsh let go a bullet slap shot to widen the gap to 3-1. Perry picked up the helper on the goal.
Alec Dekoning would seal the game on the power play, with Sproviero and Perry picking up the assist.

Anthony Hurtubise put in another solid effort between the pipes.

Sting comeback to tie Elgin 4-4

Sometimes a tie can feel like a loss and sometimes it can feel like a win . Sunday night in Komoka it had that winning feeling.

The Jr Sting started Sundays game like they were auditioning for the walking dead. Finding themselves down 4-0 midway through the first period the boys splashed some water on their faces and decided they were not going to fold the tent.

Franco Sproviero started the comeback putting the puck past the Elgin goalie with a nifty deke before period one ended. Curtis Helps and Jarett Marks would assist.

Issac McLean would cut the deficit in half on a back door goal assisted by Byron Monague and Alec Dekoning.  Brock Perry put the Sting within 1 going to the intermission with helpers from Helps and Noah Tooke.

The Sting would continue the onslaught in the third until a Brett Barnes wrist shot finally tied the game on the power play assisted from Dekoning and Perry.

The boys showed great character coming from behind to tie a strong Elgin team . They hope to carry the momentum into Wednesdays game in Chatham.







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