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Lambton AAA Major Midgets Went 2 - 0 on Weekend

january 6, 2015

The Lambton Jr. Sting Major Midget AAA team remains in the top 3 in the Alliance Hockey League after taking 2 wins on the weekend.

Last Friday the team traveled to London and defeated the leagues second place team, London Jr. Knights with a final score of 4 - 2.  

Lambton scored the first goal at 1:04 in the first period on a goal by Sean Ginnell from Dawson Vautour and Brock Perry.  London tied the game when Ryan Hopkins scored a short handed goal at 8:52.

In the second Dillon Saunders from Alec DeKoning scored the only goal at 3:23 to give Lambton the lead heading into the third. 

First goal in the third period wasn't scored until 15:22 after Alec Dekoning scored on a power play with Sean Ginnell and Christian Lyle picking up the assist and just over a minute later at 16:33 Dekoning picked up his 3rd point of the game scoring his second goal unassisted.  Less than a minute later London's Danny Nickles scored and the Jr. Sting denied the Jr. Knights and finished with the win.

Lambton outshot London 30 - 18.  Shayne Battler made 16 saves and picked up his 10th win of the season in net for Lambton.   Zack Weir made 26 saves in net for London.

Back at home on Sunday the Jr. Sting hosted the Waterloo Wolves (9-18-0-1) and it was a scoring frenzy for Lambton taking the win with a final score of 9 - 2.

Lambton scored 3 in the first, 4 unanswered goals in the second and 2 more on the power play in the third.  Waterloo scored 1 in the first and third.

Four Lambton players each earned 3 points in the game.  Brock Perry scored 3, Tim Kaldeway scored 2 and assisted on one.  Mathew Stevens scored 1 and assisted on 2 and Sean Ginnell picked up 3 assists.  Other goal scorers included Jake Mott, Marco Mini and Alec Dekoning.

Lambton outshot Waterloo 36 - 27.  Travis Moore made 25 saves earning his 9th win of the season.  Liam Devine made 27 saves for London.

Lambton is currently ranked #3 in the Alliance League with a record of 19-5-1-0 for a total of 39 points. London is in second spot with 46 points (23-5-0-0.)  Lambton is three back of London and five games back of the first place team Windsor Jr. Spitfires who has a total of 52 points 25-3-1-1.

Lambton has a challenging three game weekend on the road beginning on Friday January 9th when the team travels to Windsor to take on the top team.  Puck drop is at 8:30 pm.  On Saturday the team is back in London at 7:30 pm  for their second meeting in a week then on Sunday the team is in Stratford for an afternoon game at 3:30 pm to face off against the Huron Perth Jr. Cullitons.






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