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Lambton Major Midget AAA Edged Out Cambridge
monday October 20, 2014




"Well I don't think we deserve that game." Head coach Jonathan Taylor said after the game about the 4 - 3 win over the Cambridge Hawks Sunday at the RBC Centre.


."We did not play our game at all. I thought we were very flat for having yesterday off. To many watchers and spectators and not enough guys working hard. It's a win but I'm not really happy about it."


Cambridge took a 2 - 0 lead after the first period.  Seamus Mooney and Steven Holmes scored for the Hawks.  In the second Alec Dekoning scored on the power play with Tim Kaldeway picking up the assist to narrow the lead.  At the midway point Jake Motts tied the game with Collin Osler assisting.  With less than a minute remaining in the period Cambridge regained 3 - 2 lead on a power play goal by Mooney.




Action continued in the third and at 12:17 Brock Perry picked up a pass from Brett Barnes and skated in to tie up the game.  With the game nearing to a close it appeared it was going into overtime when Marco Mini solved the game in a scramble in front of the net to take the win with just :30 seconds remaining in the game.


Lambton outshot Cambridge 29 - 25.  Travis Moore earned the win in net for Lambton making 22 saves.  Hayden Padalino made 25 saves for Cambridge.




Cambridge is the only team that the Major Midgets has taken a loss against as Lambton improved their record to 8 - 1 - 0.

"We lost by one goal and we let penalties get the best of us in that particular game. We were shorthanded a lot in the third period and it cost us."


This is the third meeting with Cambridge and Lambton leads the series 2 - 1 after taking Sunday's win and a 4 - 1 win Friday night in in Cambridge.


The Jr Sting are back in action next Sunday October 26 when they host Waterloo at 4:00 pm at the RBC Centre.






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