After losing the first game of the series to McGill, the Stingers won 2 games in a row to advance to the 2nd round of the OUA East playoffs.
Jessiman stopped McGill's Keanu Yamamoto late in the 3rd period to preserve the Stingers' 2-1 lead in the deciding game of the series.
His power play goal at 18:56 of the 2nd period gave Concordia a 2-1 lead and that ended up being the final score as the Stingers won the series, 2 games to 1.
His power play goal at 11:20 of the 2nd period tied the game at 1 in the deciding game of the series.
His power play goal at 6:09 of the 2nd period gave McGill a 1-0 lead in the deciding game of the series.
There was no scoring during the 1st period of the deciding game 3 of McGill and Concordia's OUA East quarter-final, but this play was pretty interesting.
McGill's Samuel Tremblay had a great chance to give his team a 2-game sweep of the best of 3 series, but he was stopped on a breakaway by Stingers goalie ...
His goal at 9:05 of the 3rd period tied the score at 4 and the game would be headed to overtime.
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