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Sting Peewee's Push Streak to Four
Submitted By MPageau on Sunday, November 20, 2011
The Jr. Sting Peewee's were hosting Brantford Sunday and were looking to extend their winning streak to 4 games.

The boys came out very sluggish and were having a hard time getting anything going.
After a scoreless first Brantford opened the scoring at 9:35 of the second. The 99ers upped thier lead to 2-0 when they scored a short handed goal at 1:56 of the second frame and that is the way the period ended.
The Sting finally got on the board while on the PP as Jared Pageau scored an unassisted goal at 11:40. Nash Nienhuis tied the game two minutes later with Jared Pageau and Brennan Mckegan assisting.
Nienhuis had moved to forward after Bailey Smalls had left the game with an injury.
Jared Pageau then scored the game winner at 7:40 of the third with Daniel Wellington and Max Steeves getting the helpers.
Ethan Hunt got the win in net playing a very good game. Eric Cardinal played another quality game up from the Sarnia AA team.
Lambton now needs to get  healthy as they travel to Kitchener on the weekend for the Blue Line Tournament.
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