The Lambton Jr Sting Bantams opened their road trip Saturday night with a convincing 4-0 win over the Hamilton Huskies.
The Sting dominated the game early on but found themselves tied 0-0 after the first frame. Jarett Marks would open the scoring early in the second by forcing the Hamilton goalie to blunder the puck and scored a short handed goal. That goal would open the flood gates as Paul Sowinski scored assisted by Curtis Helps and Brock Perry would add an unassisted goal to go into the second intermission up 3-0 .
With Hamilton seeming more interested in head hunting than goal scoring the Sting would seal the game with a power play goal by Isaac McLean assisted from Alec Dekoning. Kaden Fulcher played a flawless game in net earning the shut out.
Sunday afternoon the Lambton Squad were able to survive a game of power plays to take the game 4-1. The game was all specialty teams with hardly any 5 on 5 hockey. After Cambridge took a 1-0 lead into the second period Jarett Marks would tie the game with a power play marker from Noah Tooke and Curtis Helps.
The Sting were able to add to their lead in the second on a power play goal from Ethan Dupont from Marks. After practicing their 5 on 3 penalty killing to end the period the Sting were able to take advantage of a Cambridge 5 minute major penalty to add 2 more power play goals . The first would see Noah Tooke take a rebound off the boards on a Franco Sprovierio shot to up the lead to 3-1 and finally Jarett Marks would add 1 more power play goal from Ethan Dupont and Ryan Greenaway to skate away with 4-1 victory.
Anthony Hurtubise was spectacular in making many big short handed saves to preserve the victory.