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LSSAA  Boys Hockey

February 3, 2010

LCCVI  4 vs St. Clair 2

LCCVI Lancers doubled their score over the St. Clair Colts with a 4 - 2 in Petrolia Wednesday.  LCCVI's Davis Triest scored the first goal for the Lancers :40 seconds into the game.  Cody McPhail assisted on the first goal.  The second goal came at 2:39 with Joe Archer scoring assisted by Kyle Brothers and Jack McPhail.  St. Clair came back at 5:48 with their first goal by Nathan Miller from Adam VanHooft.  Period would end with the Lancers leading 2 - 1.

Second period action saw both teams score powerplay goals the first by LCCVI with Jake McPhail scoring.   Kulen Hellinga scored for St. Clair.  Both goals were unassisted.

In the third an early goal by LCCVI put them up 4 - 2 and the score remained the same until the final buzzer.  Cody McPhail scored the final goal for LCCVI assisted by Jesse Ferguson and Davis Triest.

Cody Simpson earned the win in net for LCCVI.

SCITS  3 vs St.Patrick's 3

In the SCITS vs. St.Patrick's game.  St.Pats opened the scoring only 15 seconds into the game, when Joel Acton capitalized on a SCITS turnover in their own zone.

That remained the only goal until 4 minutes into the 2nd, when St.Pats Kyle Buckle gave the Irish a two-goal lead. It wasn't until late in that period that SCITS were able to get on the board, scoring two goals, one with 3 minutes to go, and the other with only 19 seconds left, both goals scored by Pat Magermans.

In the 3rd period, at the halfway mark, SCITS McKenzie Maxwell scored while while the Bombers had a two-man advantage. St.Patrick's fought back, and with only three minutes to go in the game, while on a power play, Alex MacEachern scored the equalizer. The Irish had a couple of late chances, but SCITS goalie Connor McKinlay kept the game tied. The goalie for St.Pats was Jordan Dugas.

LSSAA Standings as of Feburary 3