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Lightfoot gets hat-trick in Flyers win
andrew brethauer December 4th, 2011


Alvinston, ON - The Alvinston Flyers have put together a four game winning streak all at home after winning back to back games to start December, including a 6-2 victory over Wallaceburg Saturday night.

Despite Wallaceburg opening the scoring 40 seconds into the game, Alvinston would reply with five goals before the Lakers could tally another one. Lucais Meyskens scored for the Lakers.

Dylan Lightfoot opened the scoring for the Flyers, and would pick up his second of the period late in the first to make it a 3-1 game. Chad VanEyk got the Flyers second goal, a minute ahead of Lightfoots second goal.

In the second, special teams took over. Chris Edwards increased the Flyers lead by scoring on the power play, and Kyle Cutler would pick up a short handed goal for the Flyers to make it a 5-1 Alvinston lead. The Lakers would get back on the board as Jordan Belanger would get a power play goal, by the Flyers still lead 5-2 after the second.

Lightfoot in the third would cap off the game with a hat-trick goal, while Edwards and Dan Warner would puck up assists.

Warner ended the game with four assists while Edwards and Lightfoot each had three points. Sebastien Malette picked up the victory making 28 saves.

Alvinston is currently second in the North Division, one point behind Mooretown. They will play once in the next 12 days, travelling to Blenheim on Sunday, December 11th.

 


 

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