Saturday, November 17, 2012
BULLDOGS SNAP 3 GAME LOSING STREAK WITH A 6-3 WIN
Last night in Hamilton, the Bulldogs took on the Toronto Marlies in an attempt to snap their 3 game losing streak. 9 minutes in the Marlies took the lead with a goal from Fratton. A few minutes later, Ellis fired a shot from the point and scored to tie the game. Shortly after that, Boyce's shot was stopped and Avtsin scored on the rebound. Gallagher would score late in the first to give the Dogs a 3-1 lead. 12 minutes into the second, Kadris point shot was tipped in by Fratton to cut the lead to one. 6 minutes into the third, Gysbergs shot was tipped in by D'Amigo to tie the game.
Shortly after that Nattinen would score to give the Dogs the lead. 30 seconds later, Palushaj recieved the puck in the slot and fired a shot home to make it 5-3. Gallagher would add another goal as the Bulldogs win 6-3. In the win, Degjardins made 23 saves. In the loss, Scrivens made 23 saves as well. These two teams will go at it again this afternoon in Toronto at 3:08 pm E.t on Sportsnet.
Written By Andrew Di Pardo