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Sunday, September 16, 2018

Terriers Beat Defending Champs in Season Opener

Orillia | by Ken Hashizume  

Dooley with the OT goal for Orillia in win over Stayner.

The Orillia Terriers get their Provincial Junior Hockey League season off to a great start. 

Rookie Ayden Dooley scored on a 2-on-0 off a feed from Will Prentice 2:42 into overtime to give the Terriers a 2-1 win over the defending Carruthers champs the Stayner Siskins Saturday night.

The Oshawa Generals draft pick also assisted on the opening goal of the game by Matthew Priest on the power play for a 1-0 first period lead

Stayner responded with a power play goal of the their own.

Vito Sica scored at the 12:47 mark of the second period to tie the game at 1-1.

Jason Cumbo stopped 39 shots in first start in net for the Terriers while Marcus Semiao had 35 saves for the Siskins.

Each team scored on the power play, Stayner on 7 chances, Orillia with 6.

The Terriers are on the road for their next game next Friday night in Midland against the Flyers. 

The next home game is the following night Saturday when they entertain the Caledon Golden Hawks at Rotary Place.


Click on audio to listen to Ken Hashizume's post-game podcast with interviews from Jacob Beard and Ayden Dooley.


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