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SPECIAL TEAMS PROVIDE THE OFFENCE VS WALLACEBURG
Submitted By Ed Flemington on Thursday, November 15, 2018
I’ve got to hand it to the Kimberly’s Hearing Lightning. They come out to play every night.  Saturday November 10th was no different.  

This time is was Defenseman Ryelly Hill that opened the scoring just 1:58 seconds into the game. Hill collected a pass from Jacob Hamilton at his own blueline and totally surprised the Lakers as he moved past them all and in alone for the games first goal.  The flood gates began opening at the 6:58 mark as Wallaceburg Lakers forward #16 Zachary Gormley took a penalty for tripping and Lightning forward Brady Pook make him pay as he scored the games first power play goal at 5:47 of the first, Unassisted.  At  4:55, Still in the first period, Eric Romano flipped a pass over the stick of the Lakers defender and Jacob Hamilton scored his first of the game.  Then with less than a minute remaining in the first,  Eric Romano scored his first of the game too, putting the lightning up 4-0 after one.
In the Second period it as Lakers forward Jack Alves that found the back of the net  first as he picked up a Zackary Gormley rebound. Forward Mason Altiman had the other assist. Lightning forward Camden Blackburn scores his 7th of the season unassisted at 8:38 and Jacob Hamilton scores unassisted 16 seconds later for his second of the game. The Wallaceburg Lakers managed to get one back before the period ended as defenseman John Seys got one past Lightning goaltender Lucas Vidler when he hooked a skate trying to make the save.  But that’s all Wallaceburg would get in this game as Lakers forward Cypress Kewayosh took an interference penalty with :40 seconds left in the second.  Zachary Gormley was called for tripping 34 seconds into the third and Cypress Kewayosh took a Body contact penalty at 10:48 when she collided with Lightning defenseman Ryelly Hill at the Lakers blueline. That Lightning power-play was  nullified at 9:28 when Lightning forward Sam Knowler got called for tripping . But even before Wallaceburg could muster any offence, Lakers Tanner Currah was called for holding at 9:02.  It was right about here that the wheels began to fall off.  Lightning forward Bryden Howe won the faceoff at the Lakers blueline, passed the puck to Lukin Paiement who then finished the give-and-go to Howe as he crossed over the blueline. While using the lakers defenseman as a screen, Howe deposited the puck just inside the post, left of the stunned Lakers goalie.  It look like Wallaceburg might have a chance on another  power-play as Lightning forward Ethan Jamieson was called for hooking, but Lakers forward Zachary Gormley was called for his 3rd tripping offence of the game at 5:38. While this was been sorted out the Wallaceburg Lakers bench coach received a bench minor and a game misconduct for chirping at the referees.   Ryelly Hill then scored his second of the night wiring a shot from center ice that beat Lakers goalie Ryen Lapointe through the pads. With 3:43 remaining in the game Lightning forward Eric Romano scored his second of the night when he won the puck battle at his own blue line, split the defense and deposited it high glove side.  Off the ensuing faceoff, Lightning forward Eric Romano pushed the puck back to Ryelly Hill on defense  and Hill just skated in right past three Lakers scoring five-hole and completing the hattrick. Then with 40 seconds left on the clock, Brady pook was able to dig the puck out of the corner and setup Camden Blackburn in front. Blackburns shot was stopped but the rebound went right to Sam Knowler who popped it into the wide open net. Final score, Lightning 11, Wallaceburg 2.


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Lightning goalie Lucas Vidler hooks a
skate while trying to stop the puck.

 

Lightning forward Camden Blackburn
gets passed one defense.


For third period action click here : https://youtu.be/ByHolCKxDCY
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