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Sting drop third in November with loss to Rangers
Andrew Brethauer November 17th, 2011

Sarnia, ON - The Sarnia Sting have dropped three of their last four games including Thursday nights match up at home to the Kitchener Rangers which saw Sarnia lose 3-2.

Despite heavily outshooting the Rangers 40-19, Kitchener managed to score three goals on Brandon Maxwell.

Cody Sol opened the scoring with a powerplay goal near the end of the period to put Kitchener up in front 1-0.

The special teams would hurt Sarnia, only this time when they had the advantage, as in the second period while on the powerplay, Tobias Rieder would score shorthanded for the Rangers to make it a 2-0 game.

Nail Yakupov, who was recently named the #1 overall selection by Central Scouting would get his 14th of the year on the powerplay to cut the lead down to one, but with under two minutes remaining, Matia Marcantuoni would put the Rangers back in front by two goals.
Sarnia would again cut the lead in the third, as Nathan Chiarlitti would put in his third of the season, but despite an empty net, and man advantage near the end of the game, Sarnia would not find the tying goal and the Rangers would go onto the 3-2 victory.

Also named to the central scouting list was Alex Galchenyuk who was named #2 for the OHL despite not playing a game this season due to injury.

 

 

Sarnia will next take on the Saginaw Spirit in and a home and away series, starting Friday in Sarnia before heading to Saginaw on Saturday.


 

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