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Squires take game two
andrew brethauer February 11th, 2012

Petrolia, ON - The Petrolia Squires take game two of their best of seven series against the Komoka Klassics 5-4 Friday night.

The Squires came out with a first period lead as Chase Clark would score the opening goal of the game, and his first of the game, while Tanner Tomlinson picked up the assist. Petrolia would strike again in the period, this time on the power play as Greg Bailey would make it a 2-0 Squires lead after the first twenty minutes.

In the second, Komoka would come back quickly, as Dylan Thomas scored on the power play to cut the lead in half. 47 seconds later Nick Vergeer would tie the game at 2-2 with his unassisted goal.

Petrolia would be able to restore their lead, as Clark would puck up his second of the game, again assisted by Tomlinson. The Squires would go up by two as Kyle Hills would add a late second period goal to make it 4-2 after the second.

In the third, Clark would finish off the hat-trick, again assisted by Tomlinson, as they both pick up a three point night.

Komoka would get two back to make it a game as Andrew Carey would score and Vergeer would pick up his second of the game on the power play to make it 5-4, but that is as close as the Klassics would get as the Squires take game two by that final score.

Game three goes Saturday night in Komoka, followed by game four next Friday in Petrolia.



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