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Titans lose in shootout to Spartans

📁 Non classé @en 🕔19.October 2015
Titans lose in shootout to Spartans

In their second game in 24 hours, the Titans travelled to South River to take on the Spartans (7-1).  In a scoreless first period, both team managed 12 shots on goal. Both goalies shined with some rather nice saves.  The Titans ended the second period with a 2-0 lead on two power play goals from Ryder Murray and Dayton Murray.  In the third period, the Spartans scored three times in the span of 5 minutes to take a 3-2 lead late into the period.  But on a power play of their own, Hampus Fagrell tied the game and forcing the teams to play at least another 5 minute overtime.  No goals were scored so the game would be decided by a shootout.  A total of 12 shooters participated but in the end it was the Spartans that pulled off the win 4-3.  Tomas Mastalirsky took the loss and was the games second star.

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