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This One Really Stings
sunday october 26, 2014

By Dave Paul



Post Game Interview with Head Coach Trevor Letowski



The Sarnia Sting have been racking up a lot of high shot totals lately -- with mixed results.

One day after outshooting Belleville, 46-30 (Friday at RBC Centre) in a 4-3 shootout loss, the Sting dominated the shot clock again, at home, on Saturday vs. Ottawa -- and got blown out.


Despite a 39-26 advantage in shots on goal, the Sting lost 6-1. It was 6-0 until there were 12 seconds left in the game when Nikita Korostelev ruined Ottawa goalie Leo Lazarev's shutout.

Sarnia held a 16-6 advantage in shots at the conclusion of a scoreless first period. But Ottawa broke through with two goals in the middle period and four more in the third period


Erik Bradford led the Ottawa attack with two goals and two assists.

The Sting (4-6-1-1) now face the daunting task of trying to string some wins together while playing their next five games on the road. The RBC Centre will be the site of the World Under-17 Championships over the next two weeks.

Sarnia plays in Barrie on Thursday, Sudbury on Friday and North Bay on Sunday afternoon.







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