Sarnia, ON - Former
Sarnia Sting forward Ryan Kujawinski may have got
the first goal of the game on his old team, but it
would be the Sting who would come out on top scoring
four unanswered goals in a 4-1 victory over the
visiting Kingston Frontenacs.
Kujawinski's goals marks his third goal of the
season, two of which came with Kingston as he only
scored once as a member of the Sting. The goal was
assisted on by another former Sting player in Jack
Nevins who was traded to Kingston as well.
Kingston lead only lasted just over a minute as
Nathan Chiarlitti would score his 4th of the year to
tie the game at 1-1. 35 seconds later Brett Thompson
would score his 23rd of the season and put the Sting
in front for the remainder of the game.
the third Alex Basso would get his 8th of the year
on the power play. Charlie Sarault would score the
final Sting goal with two minutes remaining, picking
up his third point of the night.
Hope got the start tonight and picked up the victory
making 19 saves. Sarnia out shot Kingston 44-20.
Spooner and Tyler Brown played their former team,
but both were quiet on the score sheet as Spooner
recorded the only point between the two with an
assist on the Basso goal.
victory the Sting have now won two straight and are
2-1 on their latest home stand.
will welcome Sault Ste. Marie on Thursday and
Windsor on Friday before heading to Guelph on
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