Erie, PA - The newest members of the Sarnia Sting
made an immediate impact Friday night in Erie, as
Ryan Spooner picked up two goals and an assist,
while JP Anderson made 30 saves to earn his first
shutout in his first game as a member of the Sting
in a 4-0 victory over the Erie Otters.
who came over from the Kingston Frontenac in a trade
that saw Sarnia's 2011 first round draft pick Ryan
Kujawinski heading the other direction, picked up
his first point on the power play in the first
period, as Conner Murphy scored his first of the
season near the end of the period to give Sarnia the
minute and a half late, Spooner would pick up his
15th goal of the season and first as a member of the
Sting, giving Sarnia the 2-0 lead after the first
period. Adrian Robertson, who was picked up in a
deal with Windsor also got his first point as a
Sarnia Sting player with an assist on the Spooner
night would not be complete for the newest Sting
forward, as Spooner would pick up his second goal of
the game in the early third period, leading Sarnia
to the 4-0 victory.
Hottot would get his 14th of the season between the
two Spooner goals, while also picking up an assist
Anderson would earn his first shutout of the season
making 30 saves. The former Mississauga St.
Michaels Major was traded early Friday and made it
for the Sting's game in Erie. Brandon Maxwell was
sent back in the deal. Maxwell was traded for
earlier in the season from Kitchener.
victory also snaps a five game losing streak that
was started with a loss to Erie back on December
17th, 2011. Sarnia will head to Niagara on Saturday
before returning home on Sunday for an afternoon
game against the Plymouth Whalers.
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