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10/16/2010: LAKEHEAD - 0 @ WINDSOR - 3

WINDSOR GOALIE WATT STYMIES WOLVES

John Payetta
Sunday, October 17, 2010

The Lakehead Thunderwolves hockey team struggled to score for the second night in a row, and the result was a 3-0 loss at Windsor Saturday night.  Lancers goaltender Jim Watt came up big for the second night in a row recording the shutout.

Windsor took a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals from Jonathan Sciacca at 6:58 and Kyle Tront at 14:32.  Shots on goal were 8 apiece in the period.

In the second period, the Lancers padded their lead at 10:44 when Brett Vandehogen beat Thunderwolves netminder Alex Dupuis to make the score 3-0 Windsor.  It was all the scoring the Lancers would need, as Watt held off Lakehead the rest of the way.  Shots on goal for the period were 17-15 in favor of Windsor.

The Wolves applied more pressure in the third period, outshooting the Lancers 19-6, but were held scoreless once again.  Watt made 42 saves in total for the game.

Lakehead will look to rebound next weekend when they return home for a series with the Guelph Gryphons.

SCORING SUMMARY
PERIOD 1:
1. 06:58 Windsor, Sciacca (Oliphant , McCready ) 2. 14:32 Windsor, Tront (Gillis , Vandehogen )
Penalties: 04:09 Lakehead, Arron Alphonso (SL)09:19 Windsor, Oliphant (HKG)
PERIOD 2:
3. 10:44 Windsor, Vandehogen (Tront )
Penalties: 02:57 Lakehead, Adam Sergerie (INT)03:53 Windsor, Lang (TR)08:01 Windsor, Crouch (INT)09:25 Lakehead, Matt Caria (HKG/CC)10:05 Windsor, Lang (HKG)16:08 Windsor, Todd (HLD)18:54 Lakehead, Jordan Smith (INT)19:06 Windsor, Lombardi (SL)
PERIOD 3:
No Scoring

Penalties: 03:27 Windsor, Nishizaki (SL)06:40 Windsor, Todd (RO)06:40 Windsor, Vandehogen (RO)06:40 Lakehead, Mitch Maunu (RO)06:40 Lakehead, Devin Welsh (RO)07:04 Lakehead, Victor Anilane (CC)17:50 Lakehead, Brock McPherson (RO/RAW)17:50 Windsor, Todd (RO/RAW)18:05 Windsor, Reaume (SL)19:57 Lakehead, Adam Sergerie (TR)
Lakehead: Alex Dupuis, 28 saves made, 3 goals against.Windsor: Watt, 42 saves made, 0 goals against.