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Titans power play was the difference

📁 Non classé @en 🕔15.November 2015
Titans power play was the difference

The Titans (16-3-1) were in Seguin Saturday evening to face the Islanders (9-5-1). The last game between these two resulted in a 4-1 win for Parry Sound.  The first period had only one goal and it was by the Islanders.  With less than two minutes to play in the second on a power play the Titans tied the score on a Ryder Murray goal. The third period started with the Titans having a 5 on 3 power play and they capitalized on both of them. Jakob Wilhelmsson only 30 seconds in and then Dayton Murray on a laser beam of a slap shot only 59 seconds later. Ryder Murray added another power play goal to make it 4-1.  The Islanders pulled their goalie and managed a second goal but Michael Chuinard sealed the win with an empty netter, 5-2 Titans.  Shots were 47-29 Titans.  Tomas Mastalirsky got the win.

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