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Sunday, January 13, 2019

A Bad Break Cost Attack, Drop Both Games in Erie

Erie | by Ken Hashizume  

Daniel D'Amato's pass goes off an Owen Sound player for the game-winning goal.


A bad break cost the Owen Sound Attack the game and their back-to-back series with the Otters in Erie.

A pass by Daniel D'Amato went off an Owen Sound player and in for what turned out to be the game-winning goal as the Otters edged the Attack 3-2 Saturday night.

Barrie native Barrett Kirwin got the Attack on the board scoring his first goal since being acquired from Guelph at the trade deadline for a 1-0 lead.

The Otters took the lead in the second period as Mathew MacDougall and Emmett Sproule (of Collingwood) scored consecutive goals 16 seconds apart.

Aidan Dudas would later tie it up for the Attack (22-16-2-2) at the halfway point with his 15th goal of the season.

Daniel Murphy was outstanding in net again for the Otters (18-21-1-1) making 22 saves while Mack Guzda stopped 24 shots in the loss.

Both teams did not score on the power play for the second straight night, Owen Sound on 2 chances while Erie had one.

The Attack are off until Friday when they travel to Guelph to face the Storm.

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Click on audio to hear a game recap from Fred Wallace.
 

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