The (42-15-3-1) Soo Greyhounds headed into Kitchener, Ontario to face the (34-24-2-2) Rangers for their third game on the road in four days with a loss on March 2nd in Windsor from the Spitfires and a shutout win on the 3rd over the Storm in Guelph. The Greyhounds hit the ice on Sunday in an afternoon matinee with a (4-0-1) in the last five and (7-2-0-1) in the last ten games. In the first two meetings, the Greyhounds and Rangers have beaten each other on the road.
2:04 into the opening period, Zach Senyhsyn gave the Greyhounds a 1 – 0 lead on Senyshyn’s 40th of the season with Tim Gettinger and Conor Timmins drawing the assists. With the Rangers on the power play, Kitchener’s Joseph Garreffa finds the back of Greyhound goaltender Matt Villalta’s net with six seconds left in the first. Adam Mascherin and Connor Bunnaman had the helpers on Garreffa’s goal. Senyshyn scores his second of the contest at 17:51 of the third to give the Soo a 2 – 1 win over the Rangers. Morgan Frost and Noah Carroll registered the contributors on Senshyn’s game winner. Villalta made 27 saves in the Greyhounds win in Kitchener.
The Greyhounds will be back in action on March 8th in Sault Ste Marie at the Essar Centre against the Sarnia Sting for a 7:07 p.m start.