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Black and Gold tie in March Break tournament
andrew brethauer march 19th, 2011



The Black Sabers came from behind against the Gold Sabers to tie the game 3-3 in their match up in the March Break tournament.

Gold had the initial lead early in the first period as Sebastien Frenette beat Richard Li to give the Gold Sabers a 1-0 lead just a minute into the game.

Caeden Espenola had a chance to put the Gold up by two, but he was stopped by Li to keep it just a one goal game. That save would turn into a tie game, as Anthony Tudino would catch up to a free pick in front of the Black net, turned the puck onto his forehand and put a wrist shot passed Deven Authier to make it a 1-1 game after the first period.

In the second period Gold would retake their lead as Braeden Collier would get a deflection of his wrist shot, sending the puck into the back of the net for a 2-1 lead.

Under a minute later they would increase the lead to 3-1 as Joshua Gibson would get a steal and puts the puck on net, beating Li to make it a two score game heading into the third period.

In the the third, the Black Sabers would press for a goal, looking to get back into the game. They would cut the lead down to just one when Zion Ainsworth would get a breakaway and beat Authier to make it 3-2.

With the clock ticking down, the Black Sabers would push to score. Off a line change, Owen Dufour would walk into the zone and pick up a clear attempt just inside the blue line. He would walk in and take a shot that would beat Authier and tie the game up 3-3.

Each team would get a few chances but neither could pull ahead as the horn went, ending the game in a tie.

 

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