OHSWEKEN – A bad bounce at the blue line put Austin Robb and Gavin O’Keefe in the clear with one Six Nations man back. A perfectly timed pass over to Robb and a one-timer made it a 1-0 game for Paris.
That was the kind of playmaking and execution that made Sunday’s Midget Rep game such a joy to watch.
Six Nations got it going in the second period. Keeler Skye went high to the glove on Paris goaltender Michael Hall, in close, for the goal that tied it up. Six Nations caught a break when a Paris defender accidentally scored on his own goaltender and it was 2-0. The goal was given to the last Six Nations man with the puck, Davin Whitlow. Three minutes into the third period, Skye scored his second of the afternoon when Hall’s poke check missed and Skye poked the puck under him for the 3-1 final score.