Mooretown, Ontario Canada


2010 - 2011  March 2nd, 2011

Despite a late game rally, the Mooretown Flags came up just short in their game two match up with the Belle River Canadiens, and now find themselves down 2-0 in their series after a 4-3 loss Wednesday night.

Belle River took the early advantage in a fight filled first period, as Nik Dobrich scored the first two goals of the game, with his second coming on the powerplay to give the Canadiens a 2-0 lead. Branden Larocque would make it 3-0 for the Canadiens after the end of the first. The end of the first also saw seven game misconducts for fighting, with Flags goalie Jordan Gladwish being one of the Flags tossed from the game.

In the second period Josh Teschke got the Flags on the board with his 7th of the playoffs. But just under a minute later Dylan Impens would restore the three goal lead for the Canadiens. Mooretown would respond to the goal as Mike Burns made it 4-3 with his late second period goalie.


In the third Josh Teschke got on the board again for the Flags just 18 seconds into the period to bring Mooretown to within one. But despite outshooting the Canadiens in the third, the Flags could not find the equalizer, and fell 4-3.

The Flags were heavily outshot 57-35, with Gladwish making 14 saves on 17 shots in his period of work, while Colton James made 39 saves on 40 shots in his two periods of work.

Mooretown, now down 2-0, will travel to Belle River for game three and back to Mooretown for game four on March 4th and 5th.





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