The Soo Greyhounds offensive attack was on display on Saturday night. The Greyhounds scored five times on 12 shots in the third period Saturday en route to a 7-4 Ontario Hockey League victory over the Mississauga Steelheads at the Essar Centre.
As good as they have been offensively, it’s the defensive play of the Soo Greyhounds that had been the most impressive. The Greyhounds used a strong effort defensively to skate to a 5-2 Ontario Hockey League win over the Owen Sound Attack on Friday night at the Essar Centre. The team earned some high praise from coach Drew Bannister, not for their offensive play, which had been elite as well, but for the commitment in other areas of the game, specifically playing away from the puck.
Live Blog: Soo Greyhounds vs. Owen Sound Attack
The Soo Greyhounds continue a three-game homestand at the Essar Centre. It's the lone visit of the season by the Owen Sound Attack and the first meeting between the two clubs since the Attack eliminated the Greyhounds in the playoffs last season
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