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Minor Midget AAA went 2 - 0 on the Weekend

tuesday december 16, 2014

The Lambton Jr. Sting Minor Midgets took two wins over the weekend in Alliance Hockey league action.

On Saturday the Jr. Sting traveled to Chatham-Kent and came home with a 7 - 3 win against the Cyclones.

Lambton scored 2 unanswered goals in the first period the first by Noah Campbell and the second by Josh Barraclough.

In the second the Jr. Sting added five goals, Chatham scored three.  Jared Pageau scored three that included a power play goal and a short handed goal. Nash Nienhuis and Nico Discanno rounded out the scoring.  For Chatham Mathieu Hansen scored two, one shorthanded and Ryan Humphrey scored on a power play.

In the third both sides went scoreless.

Jared Pageau and Josh Barraclough each tallied 5 points in the game.  Pageau with 3 goals and 2 assists and Barraclough scored 1 and assisted on 4.  Jason Vanbommel, Ben Schoch and Eric Cardinal earned single points assisting on goals.

Kyle Brinacombe earned the win in net for the Jr. Sting making 20 saves on 23 shots. Matthew Van Oirschot faced 31 shots and made 24 saves.

The second game of the weekend was a standings tie breaker game against the Windsor Jr. Spitfires and Lambton took the 2 point lead after taking a 4 - 2 win at the RBC Centre Sunday.

Lambton went up 2 - 0 after the first period.  Jared Pageau scored the first goal assisted by Josh Barraclough and Jason VanBommel.  VanBommel added the second goal on a power play with Pageau and Ben Schoch assisting.

In a penalty filled second period Lambton added to the lead in the first minute of play when Fraser Wilson scored with help from Nash Nienhuis. Windsor narrowed the gap after scoring 2 goals the first by Kevin Gursoy and the second by Cody Schneider shorthanded.

In the third Lambton regained the 2 point lead on a single power play goal by Jacob Williams assisted by Nienhuis and AP player Nick Burgess.

Lambton outshot Windsor 34 - 18.  Kyle Brinacombe earned his second win of the weekend for Lambton made 16 saves.  Matthew Klink turned away 30.

Lambton is now in 8th spot in the standings race with a record of 6-15-4. Next up before the Christmas break the Jr. Sting have an away game in Kitchener on Saturday then return home on Sunday hosting Brantford for a 2:00 pm start.





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