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Team Gold vs. Team Grey Scrimmage

One thing that I do know for a fact is that Morgan Klimchuk is #19 on Team Gold.

Not much to write home about early on as it goes scoreless through almost 15 minutes. Team Grey has a miscue beside their net and the puck goes to Klimchuk and he seems to have all day to pick his spot and he rifles one home to make it 1-0 Gold. Both goalies made some good saves but Gold's starter pitched a shutout (no idea how many shots he faced but it was a good handful).

Second "half" begins.... Grey has switched keepers and now #33 is between the pipes and Gold's starter is going to go the distance.

Grey ties it up on a 2-on-1 on a pretty play by #19 getting the puck to #15 for the easy tap in.

Team Grey takes a 2-1 lead on a goal by #20. The puck somehow eluded Gold's goalie.

Gold replies with 1:05 left on a goal by #15 who muscled his way in front sliding the puck 5-hole just as Gold was pulling their goalie for the extra skater.

With regulation ending the score is tied at 2.

Time for a shootout
#2 Grey - stopped
#21 Gold - stopped
#15 Grey - goal (beauty move, top shelf, glove)
#19 Gold - goal (outwaits goalie, scores forehand)
#18 Grey - goal (five hole)
#20 Gold - goal (outwaits goalie, scores forehand)
#2 Grey - stopped
#22 Gold - stopped
#20 Grey - goal (backhand glove side)
#24 Gold - goal (five hole)
#24 Grey - goal (five hole)
#23 Gold - stopped (fumbled the puck and lost control)

Grey wins 3-2 in a shootout.

K

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