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Lambton Minor Midget AAA Defeat Cambridge
monday October 20, 2014


The Lambton Jr. Sting Minor Midgets broke their seven game losing streak on Sunday after taking a 7 - 4 win over Cambridge in Alliance AAA hockey league action.


"It was a pretty good game from start to finish. Assistant Coach Joel Workman said "We were hungry for a win so we laid it out on the line tonight and we came out on top." 


After the first period both sides were even with one goal each.  In the second period Lambton took a 4 - 3 lead that included two power play goals and in the third added three goals with the final scored short handed.



Scoring for the Jr. Sting were Max Steeves, Ben Schoch, Josh Barraclough, Cameron Rannie, Noah Campbell, Jared Pageau and Eric Cardinal.


Josh Barraclough picked up two points in the game adding an assist.  Cade Robbins, Jason VanBommel, Nash Nienhuis, Jacob Williams and Conner Royer also assisted on goals.


Lambton outshot Cambridge 33 - 26.  Chaska Theil earned the win in net making 22 saves.  Bryson Lee in for Cambridge made 26 saves.




"The boys worked hard this weekend it was good to get rewarded." Workman said


On Saturday the Jr. Sting were in Hamilton and lost 6 - 2 to the Huskies.  Despite the loss Workman felt the team put in a good effort.


"It was 4 - 1 going into the third period so it slip away from us in the third. Hamilton is undefeated in regular league and they are a very strong team but we actually played really well and Chaska played really well yesterday and today."



The Jr Sting are now 2 - 9 - 1 for the season.  Next week the team has a three game weekend starting on Friday on the road against Huron Perth.  Then two back to back home games hosting London on Saturday at 7:00 pm and Sun County on Sunday at 2:00 pm.


"We have been working hard improving.  Were thirteen games into the season and they are really starting to understand the systems and understand the plays we want them to make and staying out of the penalty box that's helping us out a lot."






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