SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Chiefs have a secure playoff spot albeit, a fourth place absurdity, but a successful week in the last two games of the regular season could produce a third or even second place finish.
The Peterborough Lakers own fist place with a 12-3-1 record, but the 9-5-2 Chiefs stand one point behind both Oakville and Brooklin. Wins this week over Brampton, Tuesday July 26th at the ILA and again Thursday July 28th, could make a difference in the final standings and playoff matchups.
Last Tuesday, July 19th, the Oakville Rock and the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs played to a 9-9 regulation time tie coming back from an 8-4 deficit after two periods and clawing back with a five goal third period while Warren Hill held the Rock to one goal.
In the OT period Oakville struck first but Dhane Smith and Randy Staats closed the extra frame to eek out an 11-10 OT win.