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Ceremonial Puck Drop
by Bruce Telecom
(L) Durham Captain Keith MacMillan, Eizabeth Campbell with sons Seth and Ethan, Daniel Wieb and Winterhawks Captain Greg Thede
Mrs. Slade's Gr. 3 Class of Port Elgin Elementary School sing and sign O'Canada
The Saugeen Shores Winterhawks were defeated by a determined Durham Thundercats team 4-2 on Friday night in Game 3 of their best-of-seven quarter final series.
The Hawks lead the series 2-1. The Thundercats were skating like their playoff lives depended on it and they jumped out to an early lead when Curtis Longland scored on a power play early in the first.
Goalie Blake Sinclair makes a stop
Hawks' defenceman Trevor Smith evened the score with a power play goal of his own assisted by Jeff MacDermid and Brendon Haefling.
The Winterhawks continue to get great production out of all four lines and it was the fourth line that put them out in front midway through the second as Michael Johnstone made a great pass to Chris King who buried it high behind Durham goalie Gatlin Burt.
The Thundercats continued to work hard and it paid off late in the second when Kevin Tremble tied the game.
Winterhawks defense Trevor Smith gets rocked by Thundercat forward Jim Hutchinson with no call by the referee
The third period was all Durham when it came to the scoreboard with Trevor Hughson and Chris Brown both scoring.
The Winterhawks outshot Durham 40-29 but Burt was strong in net yet again.
Winterhawks forward Alex Kuntz breaks through a check by Durham forward Ben Davis
The Hawks pulled Blake Sinclair with two minutes remaining in favour of the extra attacker but to no avail.
Bruce Telecom flag bearers
Mack Smith shows off his skills
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Tuesday, February 14, 2017