The Sudbury Spartans' sputtering offence showed signs of improvement Saturday, but it wasn't enough to propel the local NFC entry to victory. The Spartans' defence played tough yet again and kept the game close in the first half, but the Sarnia Imperials filled the scoreboard at James Jerome Sports Complex in the second half en route to a 35-7 win. “It was close in the first half, and we played with them back and forth and the defence kept us there,” Spartans head coach Junior Labrosse said.
Coming off their first win of the Northern Football Conference season, the Sudbury Spartans are looking to start a win streak. Sitting with a 1-2 record, there is little time to waste to pile up more wins from the short eight-game Northern Football Conference regular season. The Spartans fed off the positive energy from the victory at practice this week, a big win to get everyone back on track, said Spartans head coach Junior Labrosse. “The win was extremely important,” he said.
Tyler Bertuzzi wasn't even supposed to be on the ice for Game 6 of the American Hockey League final. But as he has throughout his hockey career, the Sudbury bucked the odds and not only made it onto the ice, he proved to be the catalyst for the Grand Rapids Griffins. Bertuzzi scored the game-tying goal, which also gave him the Griffins' all-time playoff scoring record, in 4-3 comeback win over the Syracuse Crunch to claim the AHL title in six games.
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