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refs showed up in the third period and decided they wanted to have an impact on the game, Stapleton said. made some soft calls. to expand on his comments, the coach added: scored on a 4 on 4 that shouldn't have been a 4 on 4. the Soo leading 4 3 and the Bulls Anthony Camara off for unsportsmanlike conduct at the 14:07 mark, Nurse, much to the chagrin of the Soo bench, was whistled for boarding at 14:44.
on Saturday, and how that concerned him.
Mark Scheifele's shot in overtime hit Soo defenceman Darnell Nurse in front of the goal, and wound up behind netminder Matt Murray at the 1:13 mark.
Still, despite the fact they came out on the short end Saturday, the Soo Greyhounds chose to focus on the positives that emerged from a 5 4 overtime loss to the Barrie Colts, before 4,030 at Essar Centre.
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the other goals for the Hounds, who were outshot 36 32.
With the Hounds on the power play, Broll took the puck from his own blue line, cut between two Colts, drove the net and beat goalie Alex Fotinos through the five hole.
disappointing as a group Friday, Stapleton said they responded against the Colts.
Hounds lose in OT
short handed as we are, we competed very hard tonight (Saturday), said head coach Mike Stapleton. a disappointing game last night (Friday), we played hard against one of the best teams in the country. was a good bounce back from last night's effort, added centre Nick Cousins, whose club had dropped a disappointing, 6 1 home ice decision to Ottawa 24 hours earlier. worked hard and smart tonight. despite their best efforts, skating without their three most experienced defencemen, Colin Miller (suspension), Ryan Sproul (injury) and Chris Buonomo (suspension), the Hounds couldn't overcome an unfortunate deflection.
That chased Fotinos, who was replaced by Mathias Niederberger.
With the teams skating 4 on 4, Andreas Athanasiou redirected an Aaron Ekblad feed past Murray to tie the score 4 4 at the 15:53 mark.
was just trying to get it to the net, Scheifele said of his winning goal, part of a superb, three goal, one assist performance. hit their defenceman and I'm just thankful it went in. was going to the glove side, Murray explained afterwards. hit our guy, bounced off and went low blocker (side). spoke of how he witnessed his team's resiliency Saturday.
guys wouldn't quit and I was very happy with the effort from all 20 guys, he said. Foster did.
give them (the Hounds) credit, he added. battled hard. they failed to figure in on the scoring, the rookie trio of Nick Pastorious, playing in his first OHL game, Ryan Kirkup and Trent Mallette, provided energy and physicality for the home team throughout the game.
knew they didn't compete very hard on Friday, he said. they played well and showed their pride tonight. Greyhounds return to action Friday when they begin a three game road trip in Kitchener.
They say they don't believe in moral victories.
no excuses just because you're without some guys., said Broll. we definitely should have won that game. But we're taking the positives from it and keeping our heads up. showed character and a great amount of discipline, added Dempsey, whose club's Ontario Hockey League record fell to 9 8 1 0. didn't give up and that's how wins are going to come. added a goal and two assists for the Colts, who improved to 12 4 0 1.
Ten minutes earlier, the Soo had taken a 4 3 lead on a beautiful individual effort by David Broll.
he goes, we go, Colts head coach Dale Hawerchuk said of Scheifele, who missed Barrie's 6 4 loss in Sudbury Friday due to the stomach flu. that kind of player. He pushes the pace all the time. spoke of the scoring chances his team failed to convert early New Balance Velcro Mens
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