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Storm drop first round robin game to San Jose
andrew brethauer January 20th, 2012

Sarnia, ON -  The San Jose Sharp Shooters scored four unanswered goals against the Mooretown Storm in the opening round robin game of the Silver Stick Atom A division on route to a 4-1 victory.

Mooretown opened the scoring in the first period, as Jeff Barclay picked up a loose puck in a scramble behind the net skated to the side and tossed the puck on the goalie, banking it off his pad and into the net for the 1-0 Storm lead.

At the end of the first period the Storm would take a penalty that would carry over into the second period, and it would prove costly as the Storm could not clear the zone, and Mason Siemsen would find Jeffery Lee alone in front where he would put a wrist shot past Storm goalie Kaymond Turner to tie the game at 1-1.

The Sharp Shooters would strike again before the end of the period as Siemsen would again get in on the assist, finding Hunter McKown in front for a one timer that have San Jose their first lead of the game.

The Sharp Shooters would not let up heading into the third, as Siemsen would again be in on the assist, passing off to Ming Hill on a 3-on-2 rush for the third unanswered goal.

San Jose would add one more as Jeffery Lee would get in on a breakaway after the Storm could not hold the blue line, resulting in Lee deking the goalie and scoring the fourth goal for the Sharp Shooters in the 4-1 victory.

Mooretown will next take on the Port Huron Flags at the RBC-2 rink at 3:10, and finish up their round robin play against the Sarnia Jr. Sting in Point Edward at 1:50pm


 

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