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October 20, 2012
The Sudbury Wolves were back in action at the friendly confines of the Sudbury Arena on Friday for a contest against the Belleville Bulls. The game marked the first of four matchups between the Wolves and Bulls this season. The game was delayed an hour prior to puck drop due to a broken pane of glass behind the net at the west end of the Sudbury Arena.
The game saw the Wolves put an end to the Bulls impressive 4 game winning streak with a narrow 3-2 victory. The Wolves were led by the strong play of JOEL VIENNEAU who was fantastic in goal for Wolves, stopping 33 of the 35 shots that he faced.
It didn’t take the Wolves long to get on the board in the first as BRODY SILK beat Belleville Bulls net minder five hole to put the Wolves up by one. The goal marked SILK’S first of the 2012-13 Ontario Hockey League season. JORDAN SUBBAN responded for the Bulls late in the first to tie the game up at one heading into the break. With the goal SUBBAN moved into a tie for first in points among OHL defenseman with 12.
The second frame remained scoreless until the 12:18 mark of the period when DANIEL ZHARKOV scored a power play marker to put the visitors up 2-1. The Wolves would not go away quietly as JEFF CORBETT sent a beautiful two line pass to NICK BAPTISTE who made no mistake as he beat SUBBAN upstairs for his first of the season to bring the Wolves even heading into the intermission. The Bulls held the edge in shots in the second 14-8.
RAY HUETHER also buried his first of the season at the 6:13 mark of the third period when he waited out MALCOLM SUBBAN to give the Wolves a 3-2 lead. The Wolves would go on to shutdown the Bulls offensive attack in the remaining 14 minutes to seal the victory for the home team. Both teams fired 5 shots on goal in the third.
The Wolves are back in action on Sunday for their second game of their three game home stand when they face-off against the defending OHL Champions, the London Knights. Tickets for the game are still available and can be purchased at the Sudbury Wolves box office or by ordering online HERE. It’s FAMILY DAY, so children who are accompanied by an adult, will receive admission for $10.00.
Molson 3 Stars
1. Brody Silk
2. Joel Vienneau
3. Jeff Corbett