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by Doug Harvey
Sailors Win 94 Over Spitfires

On Sunday, October 15th, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game ten of the season against the Aylmer Spitfires at the Memorial Arena in St. Thomas. This game against the Spitfires should be a rough game, but Port Stanley should come out on top as the Spitfires so far this season are in last place in the standings.

The Sailors Nolan Blewett (13) got the first goal of the game early in the first period at 1:49, with Tyler Foslett (9), and Dawson Cook (24) assisting. Almost ten minutes later while shorthanded at 11:24, Nolan Blewett (13) went all the way again, this time unassisted to score his second goal of the evening. Spitfires Dawson Winchester (3) took advantage of an extra man on the ice at 12:41 to make Aylmer's first power play goal of the evening, with Luke Bettencour (9) assisting. Aylmer tied the game at 15:57 on another power play goal, this time with Connor Richer (6) taking credit going all the way unassisted. The tie lasted only sixteen seconds when Sailors Dawson Cook (24) while shorthanded at 16:13, scored Port Stanley's third goal, with Nolan Blewett (13) assisting.

Aylmer's rough second period tactics backfired giving the Sailors four power play goals starting with the first at 5:40 by Brayden Latimer (19), with Dawson Cook (24) assisting. The second at 11:42 with Kyle Hopper (16) taking credit, and Brayden Latimer (19) assisting. Number three went in at 12:07 by Derek Smith (10), with Nolan Blewett (13), and Brady Allen (2) assisting. In between Port Stanley's third and fourth power play goals at 13:10, Aylmer's James Collins (19), assisted by Luke Vanderspank (10) put in the Spitfires third goal of the evening. Credit for Port Stanley's fourth power play goal at 15:31 goes to Kyle Hopper (16), with Dawson Cook (24), and Nolan Blewett (13) assisting. The second period ended with the Sailors having a comfortable 7-3 lead and Aylmer with a 12-7 lead in penalties for just the second period.

Rough play continued in the third period with Aylmer having a slight lead with 8-7 penalties over Port Stanley. Sailors Kyle Hopper managed the first goal of the period at 4:37, with Matt Findlay (27), and Dawson Maton (18) assisting. Aylmer's final goal went in at 9:10, and was scored on another power play by Brayden Smith (17), with Connor Darville (12) assisting. With less than three minutes left in the game at 17:37, Sailors Lane Westgate (23) on yet another power play with Nolan Blewett (13), and Dawson Cook (24) assisting scored the final goal of the game. The game ended with 121 minutes of penalties on 44 infractions with the Sailors winning, with a final score of Port Stanley Sailors 9 - Aylmer Spitfires 4.

First Period Penalties - Aylmer Spitfires 8 Min - Port Stanley Sailors 21 min
Second Period Penalties - Aylmer Spitfires 33 Min - Port Stanley Sailors 23 min
Third Period Penalties - Aylmer Spitfires 23 Min - Port Stanley Sailors 13 min
Aylmer Spitfires 64 minutes on 24 infractions - Port Stanley 57 minutes on 20 infractions

Shots On Goal Aylmer Spitfires 40 - Port Stanley Sailors 62

1ST STAR: Nolan Blewett (13), (Port Stanley Sailors)
2ND STAR: Kyle Hopper (16), (Port Stanley Sailors)
3RD STAR: Dawson Cook (24), (Port Stanley Sailors)

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YECK - WEST CONFERENCE STANDINGS

Team Games Played Wins Losses Ties OTL YECK Points WPCT
Lambeth 11 9 2 0 0 18 .818
Dorchester 10 7 2 0 1 15 .750
Port Stanley 10 7 3 0 0 14 .700
Exeter 9 6 5 0 0 12 .667
Thamesford 11 6 4 0 0 12 .545
North Middlesex 10 4 4 0 2 10 .500
Aylmer 9 2 7 0 0 4 .222
 Mt.Brydges 10 2 8 0 0 4 .200
Lucann 10 2 8 0 0 4 .200

Last Updated: Monday, 16 October 2017 09:52:16 AM EST

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