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Minor Peewee AAA Go 1 -1 Over the Weekend

tuesday december 16, 2014

The Lambton Jr. Sting Minor Peewee AAA team is playing some much improved hockey in recent weeks. In the last 12 games, they are 7 – 4 – 1 and are looking to put some pressure on their divisional opponent for the final playoff spot.

Over the weekend, the Jr. Sting hosted the Windsor Jr. Spitfires and traveled down the 402 to take on the Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs in Komoka.  Lambton would come out strong versus Windsor and take a 1 – 0 lead on a Ryder Nienhuis goal from Nicholas Medeiros and Wesley Brooks but would head in to the second period tied at one. The Jr. Sting’s power play units would take over in the second and third, scoring 3 goals. Bradyn Santavy (unassisted) would put Lambton up 2 – 1 early in the second and Nicholas Medeiros from Ryder Nienhuis would also get a power play maker of his own before the end of the frame.  Aidan James would score a goal of his own late in the third frame from Matthew Moore while defenseman, Jake MacLean, would put the final nail in the coffin, scoring an unassisted, empty net goal. The goaltending tandem of Odin Hessel and Blake Foster were great between the pipes.

The second game of the weekend saw Lambton taking on the Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs. The Chiefs would come out strong and took a 2 – 0 lead before Andrew Lemieux would get Lambton on the board late in the first on a beautiful tip in from defensemen Wesley Brooks and Jake MacLean on the power play. Andrew Lemieux would score his second power play goal of the game in the second to tie it all up at twos and Carson Peer would also cut in to the Chiefs lead scoring on a beautiful shorthanded breakaway. Unfortunately, that would be as close as Lambton would come and would lose this closely contested game 4 – 3. Goaltender Blake Foster was stellar in net turning aside 40 of the 43 shots he faced.





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