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Chiefs still struggling, beaten by Brooklin

SIX NATIONS – Even with most of their stars back in the line up, the defending Mann Cup Champion Six Nations Chiefs could not put together any kind of consistency against the visiting Brooklin Redmen Saturday night at the ILA, in their 8-6 loss.

SIX NATIONS – Even with most of their stars back in the line up, the defending Mann Cup Champion Six Nations Chiefs could not put together any kind of consistency against the visiting Brooklin Redmen Saturday night at the ILA, in their 8-6 loss.

The results moved Brooklin into a tie for first place with Peterborough and dropped the Chiefs to third with a 3-3 record so far this 2014 MSL season.

Jeff Shattler converted a Craig Point pass into a 1-0 lead for the Chiefs at 1:12, but that was quickly erased by Brooklin’s Joel Mathews at 2:18. Point put the Chiefs ahead again at 6:05, but 15 seconds later, Brooklin’s Curtis Knight evened the score again. Dan Lintner then gave the Redmen the 3-2 lead with his late goal scored at 19:26.

The two teams traded a goal each in the second with Lintner scoring his second of the game at 8:33 and Shattler with his second at 13:43. All that set up a wild third period.

The Redmen had the ball bouncing in their direction early in the third as Kevin Brownell scored twice and Joel Mathews added another to push the Brooklin lead to 7-3. Then the Chiefs caught fire when Point scored on a power play at 11:52, and Cody Jamieson popped in two by the 13:49 point in the period, to draw to within striking distance. But it would be Brooklin having the last say with Shayne Jackson beating Evan Kirk in the Chiefs goal at 14:38.

The Chiefs could not get another ball past Steve Fryer as the Redmen took the two points out of the ILA.

The Chiefs will have a very busy week coming up. Six Nations takes on the Peterborough Lakers this Thursday night, June 18th at the ILA, at 8 pm, and return to the familiar setting of the ILA again Friday, the 21st, to see the Oakville Rock. Then they will be off to KW to face the Kodiaks, Sunday at 6 pm.

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