Soo U18 Greyhounds Finish Weekend with GNU18HL a OT Loss and Win Against Timmins Majors

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Over the Saturday, November 11th and Sunday, November 12th weekend, the seventh place (2-4-0-1) Greyhounds took to the ice at the John Rhodes Centre in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario to host the third place (5-3-0-0-1) Timmins Majors in Great North U18 Hockey League action.

Sunday, November 12 (12:00 p.m)
Timmins Majors (0) @ (7) Soo Greyhounds
Period 1
(14:47) Soo Greyhounds – Lucas DiBerardino (Cole Wreggitt, Danny MacDonald)
(01:24) Soo Greyhounds – Griffin Albert (Unassisted)

Period 2
(07:51) Soo Greyhounds – Espen Escasa (Coulson Bell)
(04:42) Soo Greyhounds – Samuel Caruso (Liam Watson, Kadin Johnston)
(01:34) Soo Greyhounds – Samuel Caruso

Period 3
(13:15) Soo Greyhounds – Liam Watson (Wyatt Leblanc, Espen Escasa)
(06:00) Soo Greyhounds – Lucas DiBerardino (Samuel Gravel, Brady Real) (PP)

Soo Greyhounds – AJ Borrelli (Minutes Played: 60)
Timmins Majors – Alex Hall (Minutes Played: 40)/Jaret Fenton-Chypyha (Minutes Played: 20)

Saturday, November 11 (3:00 p.m)
Timmins Majors (0) @ (7) Soo Greyhounds
Period 1
(16:53) Timmins Majors – Teegan Bertrand (Brody Donivan, Evan Katic)

Period 2
(10:05) Soo Greyhounds – Lucas DiBerardino (Griffin Albert)
(05:53) Soo Greyhounds – Wyatt Leblanc (Unassisted)
(05:29) Timmins Majors – Evan Katic (Kaddes Kadakaput, Teegan Bertrand)
(02:11) Soo Greyhounds – Sebastian Dos Reis (Stosh Schultz, Samuel Gravel)

Period 3
(16:08) Timmins Majors – Ian Lachance (Unassisted)
(08:51) Soo Greyhounds – Samuel Gravel (Wyatt Leblanc, Espen Escasa)
(04:22) Timmins Majors – Evan Katic
(03:10) Timmins Majors – Nolan Cardinal (Jacob Drobny) (OT)

Soo Greyhounds – Nick Marson (Minutes Played: 60)
Timmins Majors – Jaret Fenton-Chypyha (Minutes Played: 60)

Rookie Soo U18 Greyhound assistant coach Ty Zachary told Saultsports that “We consider this weekend a huge success, getting three out of four points against a great Timmins team. The team showed us a lot of great things that we will continue to work on to get to the next level. The thing that stood out most to us coaches was the effort and aggressiveness that the boys played with all weekend was unbelievable and that’s all we can ask for. Goaltending is and will be the backbone of this team all year and they proved that again this weekend with two great performances from Borrelli and Marsons.”

Next up for the Soo U18 Greyhounds will be on the road starting with a stop in New Liskeard to face the Cubs on November 17th in an 8:00 p.m puck drop followed by November 18th and 19th games in Sudbury against the Sudbury U16 Wolves with game times of 8:15 p.m and 2:30 p.m respectively.


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