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Police and Fire Services face off in a Guns 'n' Hoses battle
by Sandy Lindsay

November 14, 2016
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Sara Porter drops the puck as Saugeen Shores Police Adam Sachs (L) faces off against Firefighter Stan Colontay



Saugeen Shores Fire Service members prove they have what it takes to be winners ...



The winning team and coaches and their many fans



The 'Puck Chuck'

Saugeen Shores Police and Fire Service faced off in a battle ... on the ice.

It was the Guns 'n' Hoses Hockey Tournament in support of Victim Services of Bruce, Grey and Perth Counties on Saturday, November 12th.

It was a close fought battle that looked as though local Police might pull out a one-goal win until the Fire Fighters' Ron Simmons slammed on by goalie Matt Tutin to tie it up 2-2 with only seconds remaining.  The tie goal meant that the game would go into a 'do or die' five minute overtime.

Stan Colontay accepts the trophy on behalf of Fire Services from organizer Sara Porter

Play moved swiftly from end to end with both teams trying to put one in the net.

Then, with only two minutes of play left, Craig Johnson of the Saugeen Shores Fire Service put one past goalie Tutin for the win and the trophy.

All proceeds from the benefit hockey game were in support of Victim Services for Bruce, Grey and Perth Counties.

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Adam Perry winner of the Puck Chuck won a gift pack of coffee and a Tim Hortons' gift certificate
Sara Porter takes the trophy to ice side ready for the winner  
 

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