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Chiefs wake up to win over Brampton

Chiefs wake up to win over Brampton

SIX NATIONS – After 10 games into the season, there are four points separating the first four teams in the six team Sr. A league. The Peterborough Lakers are in first with 16 points with the Six Nations Chiefs two points behind. Brooklin is only one point back of the Chiefs and the Oakville Titans

SIX NATIONS – After 10 games into the season, there are four points separating the first four teams in the six team Sr. A league. The Peterborough Lakers are in first with 16 points with the Six Nations Chiefs two points behind. Brooklin is only one point back of the Chiefs and the Oakville Titans are one point behind them.

Tuesday, June 28th, at the ILA the Chiefs went up against the last place Brampton Excelsiors and although the Chiefs got the two points, it was much harder to get than they expected.

If not for a 4-0 third period, the Chiefs could have gifted the Excelsiors with their second win of the season. Brampton thought they were dreaming when they looked at the scoreboard to find themselves leading 8-7 after two periods of play.

The Chiefs couldn’t believe it either and pulled together a huge and decisive third period where Steven Keogh, Quinn Powless, Jordan Durston and Cody Jamieson scored to take the game 11-8.

Jamieson scored two and assisted on four while Johnny Powless assisted on seven Chiefs goals. Vaughn Harris and Jordan Durston scored three and an assist each, with Keogh scoring two and assisting on two for the Chiefs. Dillan Ward got the start in goal and recorded he win.

Tuesday. July 5th, the Chiefs hosted the Brooklin Redmen at the ILA before a Friday Night clash with the Titans in Oakville.

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Jim Windle

Jim Windle

Jim Windle is a veteran news and sports reporter who has been published in a number of mediums and publications. contact Jim: windlejim@rocketmail.com

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