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Blue/White "Veteran" Scrimmage 1

On deck soon.

Starters:
Hewitt for Blue
Ketlo for White

Martell in close deposits a feed from White #15 to make the game 1-0 White. Less than 2 minutes in.

#6 Blue wires the puck top shelf (the puck actually stuck in the netting) on Ketlo to tie the game up at 1. About 7 minutes in. Very nice shot.

White takes the lead 2-1 with about 9 minutes left as #4 takes the shot from the slot and the rebound is knocked in by the blue player in front of the net. 2-1 White.

Stevenson ties the game up at 2 when he finishes off a 3 on 1 beating Ketlo high glove side.

First period ends tied at 2.

Second starts with #40 in net for white. Hewitt is still in goal for Blue.

Beukeboom (I'm 99 percent positive) takes over from Hewitt in the blue net at about the halfway point of the period.

Davidson (White) beats him with a screen shot through tons of traffic to give White a 3-2 lead.

Blue takes a minor penalty (missed it as I was typing). Blue 20 takes the puck on a partial break and is hooked. 4 on 4.

#40 pitches a shutout in the second period for team white.

White is in the lead 3-2 heading into the third period of the scrimmage.

#33 takes over goaltending duties for team White.

Third period up next.

Ouellette makes the game 4-2 White when he pots a sweet cross crease pass from Weal. Beukeboom had no chance.

Jung makes it 5-2 with with 3:04 left on a top shelf snipe (crossbar and in) on a great individual effort by white 29 to beat the d to the puck.

Final Score 5-2 White.

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