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Lambton Minor Peewee picked up 3 points
sarniasports November 1, 2011


 

The Lambton Junior Sting Minor PeeWee AAA picked up 3 out of 4 points on the weekend with a 1 0 shutout against the London Jr. Knights and a 3 3 tie with the Sun County Panthers.

 

On Thursday night, the Sting were involved in a defensive battle with the London Junior Knights.  Neither team was able to generate a lot of quality scoring chances with Josh Bayne playing another solid game in the goal and the defensive corps limiting the Knights to only 8 shots on goal.  The game would end in dramatic fashion with Lambton awarded a penalty shot with only 1 second left in the game after a Knights player covered the puck with his hands in the goal crease.  Matthew Torti would be counted on to take the penalty shot and he would not disappoint as he cruised in on goal and snapped home a perfectly placed shot in the corner of the net and Lambton would take the game by a final score of 1 0.

 

On Saturday afternoon, the Sting would jump out to a 3 0 lead over the Sun County Panthers at the RBC Center.  Joe Ferrera would get the Sting on the board in the first period with a shot from the slot assisted by Nolan Farr and Alec Trusler.   Lambton would take advantage of the power play in the beginning of the second period with Cameron Adam scoring from close range with assists going to Cameron Rombouts and Tristan Haagsma.  Josh Vale would score another power play goal from close range with assists going to Joe Ferrera and Alec Trusler to give the Sting a 3 0 lead at the midway point of the 2nd period.  The Sun County Panthers would strike back with 2 late 2nd period goals to cut the Lambton lead to 1 goal entering the 3rd period.  In the 3rd period, the Sting limited the Panther attack effectively until Sun County was able to break through with only 25 seconds remaining on the clock to tie the game for a final score of 3 3.  Jacob Knowles played a solid game in net for the Sting.

   

 

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