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Lambton Shores Predators Lost to St Marys Sunday

September 17, 2012


Kyler Keating scoring for the Predators
 
Sunday Sept 16 - The Lambton Shores Predators hosted the St. Marys Lincolns on Sunday night in Greater Ontario Hockey Jr B League action and took a 5 - 4 loss.
 
"I thought we played pretty hard, a couple mental errors and bad bounces cost us the game." said Assistant Coach Doug Slipacoff  "It was an improvement over last nights game." The Predators lost to Strathroy 4 - 1.
 
St. Mary's nailed the first goal shorthanded after Sean Consitt came up with the puck in front of the net.  Power play goal by Kyler Keating tied things up and the first period ended both even with one apiece.
 
Second period saw Lambton Shores take the lead just :31 seconds into the period on a goal scored by Kyle Brothers.  St. Marys second goal came on the power play by Dean Pawlaczky.  Brothers would score his second of the night to regain the lead however St. Marys would again even things up on another power play scored by Jonathan Rizzo. Late in the period Bryan McCauley's scored for St Marys that gave the Lincolns the 4 - 3 lead heading into the third period.
 
Third period action saw St Marys widen their lead by one when Johnathan Rizzo scored his second power play goal of the night.  Midway Lambton Shores answered back on a power play with Brothers scoring his third goal of the night.  In last minute of play the Predators pulled their goalie but time ran out and they were not able to even the score.
 
Craig Wood earned the win in net for St. Marys making a total of 29 saves.  Brandon Campbell took the loss with 23 saves.
 
Lambton Shores went 2 for 6 on power play opportunities, St Marys went 3 for 6.
 
Kyle Brothers earned 3 points in the night scoring 3 goals.  Adam Areseneault and Ryan Rotondi also earned 3 points in the game with 3 assists each.
"I thought we battle 60 minutes real hard but we just couldn't get any bounces and couldn't find a way to get the equalizer at the end of the game when we needed it.  We have a lot of learning to go here, we have a lot of young guys and our roster is really young but it will come together." said Slipacoff
 
 
The Predators are now 1 and 3 for the season and are back in action for their first road game of the season on Wed Sept 19 in London.
 

 

 

 

 





 

 

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