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October 28, 2012
The Wolves made their one and only stop of the regular season in Owen Sound Saturday night to face off against the high-flying Attack. The Wolves were looking to build off their 7-2 win over the Niagara IceDogs Friday night in Sudbury, while the Attack were looking to comeback after a 2-1 shootout loss to the Kitchener Rangers. Wolves’ goaltender, JOEL VIENNEAU got his 6th straight start in net while JORDAN BINNINGTON would get the call for the Attack. Despite having an edge in shots, the Wolves were unable to bury their chances in this close game, losing 3-1.
The first period was a tight one, with the Wolves controlling a majority of the play. The Attack and Wolves would head to their respective dressing rooms tied at zero. The Wolves had 8 shots on net, while the Attack only managed 3.
The second period would turn out to be a penalty-filled affair as 17 infractions were handed out between the two teams. Wolves’ newcomer, NATHAN CULL, showed his toughness in front of the 2847 fans at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Centre by dropping the gloves with DEVON RYMARCHUK. At the 12:20 mark of the second period, KYLE HOPE would put the Attack on the board to give them a 1-0 lead over the Wolves. DOMINIK KAHUN would tie up the game for the Wolves 4 minutes later, when he flipped a loose puck past BINNINGTON. NICK BAPTISTE and FRANK CORRADO would pick up the assists. The game would remain tied at one goal a piece after the second frame. Shots on goal after the second period stood at 19 shots for Sudbury and 15 for the Attack.
The third period saw a lot of chances go both ways, however the Attack would pull ahead 3 minutes into the frame on a powerplay goal when DANIEL CATENACCI’s shot founds it way through a number of players in front of the net. The Wolves’ would pull Vienneau with just over one minute remaining to add the extra attacker however it wasn’t enough as CAMERON BRACE would add an empty netter to seal the deal for the Attack.
The final shots on goal were 35 for Sudbury and 27 for Owen Sound. DOMINIK KAHUN was named the game’s second star.
The Wolves now travel to Mississauga to take on the newly named Steelheads for their third game in as many days. Game time is 2:00pm. Wolves’ fans can follow the Wolves on the road with Stew Kernan on KFM 95.5 – the official voice of the Wolves.
The Wolves will return home next Friday night against Central Division rival, the Barrie Colts. Game time is 7:35pm and this game will be sponsored by CINTAS. Great seats are still available by calling the Sudbury Arena Box Office at 705-671-3000 or by purchasing online HERE.