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Titans impressive over Lynx

📁 Non classé @en 🕔26.November 2018
Titans impressive over Lynx

The Titans were dominant tonight in Sturgeon Falls, directing 60 shots on the net in a dominating 6-1 win over the Lynx. The talent and physical strength of the Titans allowed them to impose their tempo. The defensive brigade reinforced by the arrival of Ulyanov and Lambert is really solid. Big game for Alexandre Provost-Ross who scored a goal but also excelled in shorthanded situations, while pressing the game throughout the match. Dallas Routh has also been very helpful in upsetting the opponent more often since his arrival. There was 2 more goals for Erik Lilliecreutz, other goals were by Kansas Hart, Nicolas Vandal & Julien Vogt. The Titans win a 13th game in their last 15, including 12 in this sequence with 3 goals or less awarded to their opponents. In fact, the Titans only allowed 6 goals in their last 4 games. The Titans, now hold third place in the North Division, are now ahead of Almaguin by 4 points having played 2 games less than the Spartans, and the Lynx by 5 points, while having played 3 games less than them. The Titans’ record is 14-5-2 for 30 points in 21 games. The team has now completed very satisfying first half of the season. Victorious goalkeeper in the 2 games of the weekend, the average goals scored by Tim Cachard slipped under 3.00 GAA, one of the best in the league. Another interesting fact is that the Lynx have never defeated the Titans in a total of 18 games between the two northern rivals.
Next up for the Titans are 3 road games, first up a visit to the Almaguin Spartans on Friday night. Then on Saturday, the Titans will take the bus ride down highway 17 for the first time to play 2 weekend games against the Ottawa Sharpshooters. Saturday evening in Gloucester and Sunday afternoon in Vanier.

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