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Chiefs in tough against Lakers

SIX NATIONS – After the Sr. B Rivermen won their series with the Ennismore James Gang this week, the defending Mann Cup Champion Six Nations Chiefs represent the only major Six Nations OLA franchise without an OLA Championship secured to date or a trip to “the show”. They are locked in a final showdown with

SIX NATIONS – After the Sr. B Rivermen won their series with the Ennismore James Gang this week, the defending Mann Cup Champion Six Nations Chiefs represent the only major Six Nations OLA franchise without an OLA Championship secured to date or a trip to “the show”.

They are locked in a final showdown with the Peterborough Lakers with the winner advancing to the Mann Cup, to be played in the East this year at the home arena of the winner, either in Peterborough or Six Nations.

The Lakers took Game #1 of the series, 9-7 last Thursday, in Peterborough with John Grant leading the way with 3 goals and 4 assists, and goalies Matt Vinc making 49 saves to hold off the Chiefs attack enough for the win. Vaugh Harris scored three for the Chiefs and Cody Jamieson scored two and assisted on two.

It was 4-3, Peterborough, heading into the first intermission, and 6-5 after the second. Evin Kirk opened the series in goal.

Game #2 of the series is set for Tuesday night and will miss deadline with results.

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