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Red/Grey Scrimmage 2

Starting in goal for Grey #41 and for Red #50

Grey makes it 1-0 less than a minute in when #18 slides home a shot past the goalie who just couldn't get a grip on the puck.

Not much to report until just over 4 minutes left in the period 22 Grey takes a minor for tripping. Red to the PP.

No more scoring through the first as it ends 1-0 Grey.

Three and a half minutes into the second Grey 25 breaks in and beats the defender and slides the puck home past Red's starter #50. 2-0 Grey.

Just over a minute later after a mad scramble in front of the Red net Grey #24 grabs the loose puck and skates around the net and fires the puck glove side to make it 3-0.

Red takes a penalty as I'm typing. PP Grey.

21 Grey snipes high glove side bar and in on the PP to give the Grey a 4-0 lead. there is still more than 13 minutes left in the second.

With 11 minutes left in the period team Red switches their goalie and #47 (Patrick Gora?) is in to relieve #50. Looks like #41 (Burghardt?) is going the distance for Grey.

23 Red makes it 4-1 on a nice tip in on a beauty pass cross crease while getting cranked.

The second ends 4-1 Grey.

No scoring in the third period and the game ends in a 4-1 victory for Team Grey.

Note: I stopped taking pictures of the rookie scrimmage and took some notes as it is easier to take notes when not holding a camera. I did take a few and I will see how they turned out later. I will take a few pictures of the veterans game and then take some notes (as well as live blog).

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