After winning game 1 on the road in the 3rd overtime period, 4-3, the 5th ranked Stingers won game 2 in convincing fashion, 3-1, to sweep the best of 3 series, ...
Meisenheimer finally got the Ravens on the board at 13:27 of the 3rd period to cut Concordia's lead to 3-1 in game 2 of the series.
Nichols tried his best to keep his team in the game with this big pad save in the 3rd period of game 2 of the OUA East semi-final. The Ravens were trailing 3-0 at ...
His 2nd goal of the game, at 19:24 of the 2nd period, gave the Stingers a 3-0 lead over the Ravens in game 2 of the series.
The Stingers goalie came up big again late in the 2nd period to keep the score at 2-0 in favour of Concordia in game 2 of the series.
His goal at 15:04 of the 2nd period gave Concordia a 2-0 lead in game 2 of the series.
This big save in the 2nd period kept the score at 1-0 for the Stingers in game 2 of the OUA East semi-final.
His goal at 8:13 of the 2nd period gave Concordia a 1-0 lead in game 2 of the series.
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