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Canes shut out Bulldogs
Submitted By Dave Hickey on Wednesday, March 4, 2020
After a gap in their schedule, the Novice AAA Halton Hurricanes returned to the ice on Wednesday, traveling to Hamilton to close out their full-ice regular season against the host Bulldogs.

With a win, the Hurricanes would move past Burlington and into 3rd place behind 2nd place Niagara and 1st place Southern Tier.

Halton jumped out to an early lead 2:58 on a goal by Preston Sedlezky, and Hudson Day made it 2-0 converting a pass from Rory Parker at 7:39 of the 1st period. The 'Canes outshot the Bulldogs 12-0 in the first, and headed into the 2nd period with a 2 goal lead.

Just 27 seconds into the 2nd, Hayden Cochren beat 2 defenders to break in alone but couldn't beat the right pad of the Hamilton netminder. Fortunately, Preston Sedlezky was there to bang the rebound home giving the visitors a 3 goal cushion.

Defenseman Liam Fay potted one 2 minutes later on a strong point shot, converting a pass from his d-partner Evan Meehan, putting Halton up 4-0. Another D-man then got in on the goal scoring action as Colin Mayberry buried one from the mid-slot pushing the lead to 5-0.

As the 2nd period wound down, Rory Parker fired one home giving the visiting 'Canes a 6-0 lead after 2. The Hurricanes outshot Hamilton 12-3 in the 2nd period.

The lone goal in the 3rd period came from Anthony Terkalas as he beat the Hamilton defenseman wide, and rifled a shot over the goalies right shoulder pushing the score to 7-0.

The Hurricanes killed off a couple of penalties in the 3rd period, and outshot Hamilton 10-2 (32-5 overall).

With the win, Halton finishes 3rd in the league with a 5-2-1 record. League play will wrap up with a championship tournament the weekend of March 20-22. 

Details on the schedule and game results can be tracked here:

Before the 'Canes look to capture the league championship trophy, they will be taking part in the AAA Novice Cup Tournament, hosted this coming weekend by the Southern Tier Admirals. Halton will take to the ice in the 18 team event Friday morning with games against Central Ontario and Barrie before playing the Hamilton Huskies and Bulldogs on Sunday.

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