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Red/Grey Scrimmage 3 (Day 2)

Rookies up first.

It looks like the rosters haven't changed (which is good for me, at least I can gauge how the kids seem to be progressing).

Goalies: #47 Gora for Red. #43 Churchill for Grey.

Red scores 1:30 into the first on a deflection off of a point shot. I'm not sure who tipped it in (either #21 or #23, I think #21 got the credit). 1-0 Red

#20 Grey buries his own rebound past a sprawling Gora to tie the game up at 1. Pretty good individual effort by the Grey forward.

#25 Red sneaks a shot through Churchill to give team red a 2-1 lead with just under five minutes to go in the first.

The first ends 2-1 for Red.

Very well played game this morning. Lots of hitting, lots of intensity.

Just over halfway through the 2nd it's still 2-1 Red. #50 Red and #41 Burgardt for Grey are now in goal.

#21 Grey beats Red's goalie low blocker side with a nice snipe to tie the game at 2.

Klimchuk scores with 1:30 left in the second on a very nice individual effort, beating two defenders and then sliding it five hole through Burgardt's pads. 3-2 Red

34 Grey ties it up with a point shot from just outside the left circle bar and in. 3-3

Second period ends with a 3-3 tie.

#20 Grey with his second of the morning snipes top shelf from the slot giving Grey a 4-3 advantage.

#26 Grey gives his team a 2 goal cushion with a backhand that beats Red goalie under the left pad. 5-3 Grey.

Klimchuk finishes a great two way passing clinic (with #19) roofing his second of the scrimmage high glove side past Burgardt cutting Grey's lead to 1. 5-4 Grey with about 12 to go.

Klimchuk completes the hattrick on a nice wrap around goal, This kid is stellar! He's definitely showing his talent this morning. 5-5 now.

Grey #18 ends the comeback with a really nice tip in goal with just over 30 seconds left giving Grey a 6-5 lead.

Grey wins 6-5.

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