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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Attack Lose in Overtime to Rangers

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

All three meetings between the rival teams so far this season have gone into overtime.

The Owen Sound Attack lost 2-1 in overtime to the Kitchener Ranger last night at the Bayshore.

Ryan MacInnis scored the game winner for the Rangers in overtime.

Adam Mascherin had the other marker for Kitchener who have won three in a row.

The game winning goal would be bothersome to the Attack, not that there was anything onerous about the marker, it was just that Ryan MacInnis would sink it.

MacInnis was ejected on Friday night for a slew-footing infraction which generally carries an automatic two game suspension.

But the suspension was rescinded long before game time, giving MacInnis the chance to score the game winner in overtime.

In his OHL debut, Luke Richardson made 30 saves for the victory.

He was within four minutes of a shutout before Jonah Gadjovich would tie the score.

Owen Sound gets a point for losing in overtime and now have points in four straight games.

No Kitchener goaltender has ever posted a shutout in Owen Sound in over 27 years.

Owen Sound and Kitchener have met three times on the season and all three games have been decided in overtime.

On September 25th, in the season opener, the Attack won in Kitchener.

The Rangers would win in overtime October 16th.

The Rangers and Attack meet five more times on the season.

Their next meeting, destined to go to overtime is December 11th at Kitchener.

The Attack are back in action this afternoon at 2 PM against Saginaw.

The Spirit lost 5-1 to the Barrie Colts yesterday.

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