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Greyhounds score four per goalie in 8-2 victory over Sting
andrew brethauer February 29th, 2012


Sault St.e Marie, ON - Both JP Anderson and Brandon Hope allowed four goals each, as the Sarnia Sting travelled to Sault Ste. Marie to take on the Greyhounds, falling 8-2 and allowing seven straight Sault Ste. Marie goals.

Dominic Alberga opened the scoring in the first with a power play goal, but the only Sting lead in the game would last twenty seconds as David Broll would tie the game seconds later. Carson Dubchak would put the Greyhounds ahead with a late period goal as Sault Ste. Marie lead 2-1 after the first twenty.

In the second, Ryan Sproul would score on the power play, followed just over a minute later by Colin Miller, as the Greyhounds took a 4-1 lead.

Andrew Fritsch would score a pair of goals, one in the second and the other start the third, while Brett Findlay would score in between Fritsch goals to round out a four goal second period.

With the Greyhounds up 7-1 early in the third, Charlie Sarault would notch his 17th of the year to get Sarnia back on the board. Nick Cousins would would add his 32nd goal of the season to round out the Greyhounds scoring in the 8-2 loss.

JP Anderson made 13 saves, while Brandon Hope made nine saves in the loss, as they split the ice time.

Anthony DeAngelo ended up with a minus-6 on the night, while only Nickolas Latta would end up as the only Sting player on the plus side.

Sarnia will start March at home with four straight home games, as they will start this Friday against Ottawa, followed by a game against Plymouth on Sunday.

 


 

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