Saunders lead Lambton Bantams AAA to a much needed win

special to sarniasports  October 25,  2011

Dillon Saunders had the hat trick to put Lambton Jr Sting Major bantams in the win column when the visiting Cambridge Hawks flew in to town Sunday afternoon.  Cole Lauzon had the win between the pipes in the 4-2 game.  Tim Kaldeway had a solid performance as well as he sealed the deal  scoring the final goal and adding 3 assists on the day.  Brendan Trottier, Austin Hewton and Brett Corrigan each had single assists. 

A win was just what the Lambton Jr Sting needed after suffering 4 losses this week. 

League rivals Chatham Cyclones won by a 6-2 score on Thursday.  SamMcCormack scored on the back door play from Brendan Trottier on a beauty pass.

Trottier also scored from Brett Corrigan and Austin Hewton.  Cole Lauzon was in net for the loss.  Penalties were an issue for Lambton as they played short handed for 20 minutes.

Kitchener Jr Rangers edged Lambton 5-4 Saturday night in a game where Lambton deserved a better fate.

Travis Moore was solid in net for Lambton.  Sam McCormack, Josh Reda, Tim Kaldeway and Brendan Trottier all lit the light for Lambton with Austin Hewton, Alec Segers, Dillon Saunders, Matt Gough and Trottier picking up assists.

Lambton had met up with Elgin earlier in the week.  After outplaying them in the first, the period ended 2-0 for Lambton.  Elgin was able to even the score in the 2nd and then broke out for 5 unanswered goals in the 3rd period.  Alec Segers and Brendan Trottier scored in the loss while  Josh Reda,  Brett Corrigan and Tyler Drury had the helpers.  Travis Moore suffered the loss in the net.

Lambton had visited Sun County last Sunday and with a poor effort lost 5-0. 

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