A strong penalty kill turned out to be the difference. The Soo Greyhounds killed off a pair of third period double minors, which led to a 4-3 Ontario Hockey League victory over the Sudbury Wolves Wednesday night at the Essar Centre. Overage forward Hayden Verbeek was hit with a pair of high sticking penalties in the final period that led to eight minutes of power play time for the Wolves, a stretch the visitors couldn’t capitalize on.
It was a disappointing finish to what was ultimately a disappointing week on home ice for Brad Jacobs and his rink from the Community First Curling Centre locally. A pair of three-point ends, which included a crucial triple in the fifth end, was the difference as the Jacobs rink dropped an 8-5 decision to Bruce Mouat of Edinburgh, Scotland on Friday night in the National. “We gave up two threes and you just can’t do that,” said Jacobs. “It’s the little mistakes and you can’t make mistakes.
A two-game road trip will see the Soo Greyhounds return home with four points and top spot in the Ontario Hockey League’s West Division. After a win on Thursday night in North Bay in a game that Greyhounds Coach Drew Bannister said was one “where you walk away and feel like you lost,” the Greyhounds used a pair of shorthanded goals in the third period to pick up a 2-0 victory over the Sudbury Wolves at Sudbury Arena.
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Selecting a term
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