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Legionnaires Streak Continues at 12 and Counting
friday october 17, 2014


"We obviously can score goals." was the opening line of Head Coach Dan Rose after the 12 - 4 win over the St. Marys Lincolns in Greater Ontario Jr. B league action.  The Legionnaires have tallied a total of 23 goals in the last two games.


"The kids are moving the puck around well and our power play is still clicking." Rose said "And we got some contribution from different guys tonight, it's not the same guys every night and our back end is creating a lot of offences."



The Legionnaires scored six goals in the first period, two in the second and added four more in the third.  Sarnia scored four on five power play opportunities. 


St. Marys scored two in the opening period and added two in the third.  The Lincolns scored once on six power play opportunities.


Ryan Vendramin playing in his first game this season scored his first goal on his first shift that opened the scoring.  Riley Roberts scored a hat trick, Davis Boyer and Kyler Keating scored two each and singles by Jordan Fogarty, Bobby King, Brandon Layman and Cameron Clarke.  Keating was the top point getter with a total of 4 points.



"All and all it wasn't a bad game. They got a little loose a couple of times and they scored some goals but it's hard to play a game like that."


Scoring for St. Marys were Graham Brulotte, Sean O'Brien, Jared Lindsay (PP) and Jake Alkins.


Sarnia outshot St. Marys 52 - 29.  Cornel Felder earned the win in net for the Legionnaires with 25 saves.  Tyler Beattie went the distance made 40 saves.



The Legionnaires are 12 - 0 and look to tie their 13 game record that was set in 1989-90 against Lambton Shores on Saturday. 

"Because of the streak the boys want to tie the franchise record." said Rose  "We do know that they are a decent hockey team this year and they don't like playing us. It's on the road so they will be prepared to play and we'll respect that and our boys will be ready to go on Saturday night."

Game time is set for 7:30 pm.




  • Riley Roberts was selected 1st star of the night, Ryan Vendramin 2nd and Cameron Clarke 3rd.  All three players earned 3 points in the game.

  • Davis Boyers continues to add points to his game with a total of 29 (12G, 17A) and leads the league in scoring. Cody Trowell is in third spot with 21 points (12G, 9A) and Riley Babkirk is fourth with 20 points (8G, 12A)







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