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Predators win streak ends at two with loss to Leamington
Andrew Brethauer October 1st, 2011

Lambton Shores, ON - The Lambton Shores Predators could not extend their winning streak to three games after a close 3-2 loss to the Leamington Flyers Saturday night at home.

Lambton Shores lead after the first period as Sam Jasmin picked up his third of the season 2:39 into the game to make it 1-0 for the Predators.

Leamington would tie it quickly in the second, as 52 seconds into the period, Tony Spidalieri made it 1-1. Both teams were tied through two periods in shots at 22 each.

In the third Corey Pawley would get his first as a Predator in his first game with Lambton Shores 1:40 into the period to retake the lead for Lambton Shores. But the Predators would fall into penalty trouble which would result in a powerplay goal by Mitchell Amante to tie things back up.

41 seconds later, Eric Leardi would put Leamington in front for the first time in the game, and it would be all they would need, as the Flyers would hold on for the 3-2 victory.

Leamington had 16 shots in the third period compared to the Predators seven.

Mark Foley got his third start of the season for Lambton Shores, making 35 saves in the loss. Foley has not won this season.

The Predators return to action on Sunday, traveling to St. Thomas to take on the Stars.


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