OHSWEKEN – After taking game #1 of the series by a score of 5-0, the South Bruce Mildman Monarchs came to the Gaylord Powless Arena Saturday afternoon and left with a 2-0 lead in the playoff series by outscoring Six Nations Bantam Reps 3-1. It was Game #2 of a six point series.
It was a closely played game as the 0-0 first period score would indicate. But Owen Hill put the first mark on the score sheet for Six Nations at 1:19 of the second frame with a back hander close in from Luke Jonathan and Davin Whitlow.
The Monarchs tied it up when Logan Tolton put a high wrist shot over the blocker of Six Nations goalie, Jesse Longboat.
Six Nations Sam Greene went into the boards hard and had to be taken to hospital with a suspected shoulder separation.
Nick Kieswetter gave the visitors the lead late in the second period, and added another in the hard hitting third period scored by Wes Diemert, unassisted.