Timmins Polar Bear Windows and Doors North Stars’ hopes of sweeping the Soo Greyhounds and moving closer to second place in the Northern Ontario Peewee ‘AAA’ Hockey League standings came to an ugly end Saturday night at the Archie Dillon Sportsplex. After thrashing the Greyhounds 9-3 in the first game of a three-game weekend series Saturday afternoon, the North Stars were blanked 6-0 in Game 2.
A heartbreaking 3-2 loss to the Rayside-Balfour Canadians Sunday night at the Chelmsford Arena brought to an end a four-game road trip for the Timmins Rock. Ryan O’Bonsawin’s third goal of the season with 4.1 seconds remaining in regulation robbed the Rock of the opportunity to collect at least a single point in their fourth game in four nights. “It was a bit of a heartbreaker, for sure, but those things happen,” said Rock coach Corey Beer. “Other than that, I thought we played pretty well tonight.
The Timmins Blue Heron North Stars felt they deserved a better fate Sunday morning at the Archie Dillon Sportsplex and they might be right. Trailing the North Bay Trappers 5-4 in the dying seconds of the Northern Ontario Bantam ‘AAA’ Hockey League contest, North Stars forward Desmond Brazeau circled the visitors’ net and appeared to tuck the puck behind goalie Jack McKay for what would have been the game-tying goal.
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