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Blue/White "Veteran" Scrimmage 3

#33 Starts for White, Hewitt starts for Blue.

3:30 into the first 19 Blue (Volek?) squeaks a shot through #33's five hole giving Blue a 1-0 lead.

4:50 24 White (Rodewald) takes the puck wide around the defence and slides the puck through Hewitt's five hole (one he probably wishes he had back). 1-1.

7:31 Rieder breaks in around the defence and neatly tucks the puck past Hewitt who was stretched out and vulnerable. 2-1 White.

10:40 Weal makes it a 2 goal game on a great individual effort beating Hewitt glove side. 3-1 White.

Blue gets a penalty right near the end of the first but time expires and White takes the 3-1 lead into the 2nd.

Ketlo now in goal for White and Hewitt remains for Blue.

A pinching Davidson with a very nice tip in past Hewitt less than a minute int the second makes it 4-1 White.

Weal converts a one-time pass from Ouellette making it 5-1 just over 6 1/2 minutes into the second.

Stephenson tips in a nice shot attempt by Underwood with about 11 minutes left in the second. 5-2 White.

Beukeboom is now in goal for Blue. 12 minutes into the second.

Weal gets caught for tripping giving the Blue a PP with just over 4 minutes left in the frame.

Underwood snipes on the PP to make it 5-3.

The second ends 5-3.

#40 starts the third for White.

#15 White (TJ Reeve?) scores on a nifty move in close to make the game 6-3.

Stevenson scores high glove from the slot to bring the game within 2 again at 6-4.

18:14 Sagen wheels into the Blue zone and snipes a beauty on Beukeboom. 7-4 White.

7-4 White final score.

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