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Predators win streak comes to an end
andrew brethauer February 15th, 2012

LaSalle, ON - The Lambton Shores Predators win streak finally came to an end, as the Predators dropped a 4-3 decision to the LaSalle Vipers Wednesday night.

The Predators had the original lead in the game as Tanner Ferguson would score the only goal in the first period, while Corey Pawley would score in the lat minutes of the second period for a 2-0 Predators lead. With 20 seconds to go in the second period, Kyle Quick would cut the lead in half for the Vipers, making it 2-1 after forty minutes of play.

In the third, Ryan Speers would score a pair of goals for the Vipers back to back, giving LaSalle their first lead of the game. Dylan Denomme would score the fourth straight Viper goal on the power play to put LaSalle up by two. Pawley would get his second of the game, but that would be as close as the Predators would come in the 4-3 loss.

Justin Tugwell made 44 saves in the loss, as he faced 48 shots on net, while the Predators could only manage 20 shots on goal.

Lambton Shores still remains in 8th place over Chatham, but the Maroons now have a game in hand and are tied in points with the Predators at 41 each.

Lambton Shores will take on Leamington on Saturday in their final home game of the year before heading out to St. Thomas on Sunday.



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