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Lambton AAA Major Midgets Take 2

monday december 22, 2014

The Major Midgets remain in third spot in the Alliance Hockey League standings race with two wins over the weekend.


In the first game on Saturday Lambton traveled to Waterloo to face the Wolves and came home with a 4 - 2 win. 

Both sides shared power play goals in the first period.  Collin Osler scored first for Lambton with Sean Ginnell assisting.  Dylan Lebold scored for Waterloo.


In the second Lambton went up 4 - 2 with Alec Dekoning from Jack Mott scoring at 5:13. Dillon Saunders added two goals the first at 11:40 from Dekoning and Marco Mini and the second at 16:48  with Mini and Osler assisting. 

Lebold scored the final goal for Waterloo at 17:29 as both sides went scoreless in the third.

Lambton outshot Waterloo 50 - 30.  Travis Moore earned the win in net for Lambton.


Back at home on Sunday with a short bench of 13 skaters and 2 goalies the Major Midgets came up with a big win shutting out Kitchener 4 - 0.  Kitchener is in 4th spot in the standings race and heading into this game were 2 points behind Lambton.


Lambton scored two goals in the firsts and added singles in the second and third period.  Dillon Saunders led the Jr. Sting by earning points on all four goals scoring twice and earning two assists. Alec Dekoning earned 3 points with a goal and 2 assists.  Marco Mini scored one goal and earned an assist for 2 points.


Lambton outshot Kitchener 35 - 22.  Netminder Shayne Battler earned his first shut out of the season.


Both sides went scoreless on power play opportunities.  Lambton had four chances, Kitchener had two.

The Major Midgets are 17-4-1-0 for 35 points and they will take on the top team the Windsor Jr. Spitfires on Sunday December 28th at the RBC Centre  beginning at 11:00 am.







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