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Panther boys win last home game of the season

Riley St.Pierre shoots the puck.

Story and photos by Rebecca Juby

Nolan Steen takes the faceoff.

The PECI Boy’s hockey team finished the last game at home with a 10-3 win against the Nicholson Crusaders on Tuesday.

The game started out strong for Panthers as within the first minute Nolan Steen scored the first goal of the game, with an assist from Riley St.Pierre. The game went back and forth for some time until Nicholson scored the tie – though it didn’t last long, as 20 seconds later, St. Pierre scored a goal with an assist from Spencer Scott.

The Panthers were overpowering the Crusaders, giving them few chances. Those few chances were shot down by goalie Nic McGrayne, who made some great saves. The Panthers kept dominating and with four minutes left, St. Pierre scored his second of the game with assists from Keegan Scott and Nolan Dawson.

Keegan Scott battles a Nicholson player.

The Panthers continued to lead in the second period as Carter Whitteker scored the fourth goal of the game, with an assist from Keegan Scott. A few minutes later, Steen scored his second of the game with assists from Walker DeRoche and Keegan Scott. A couple minutes later, Nicholson was back on the board with their second goal of the game. Just seven seconds later Whitteker scored his second of the game with an assist from Keegan Scott.

The Panthers continued to be on a roll as 12 seconds later DeRoche scored the seventh goal for the Panthers with assists from Dawson and Keegan Scott. Just over a minute later, the Crusaders managed to score the last goal of the period to bring the frame to 7-3.

The Panthers saw three more goals in the third period from St. Pierre, Spencer Scott and Keegan Scott with assists from Alex Brady, Hunter VanVlack, Steen and DeRoche.

The boys’ last game of the season is Thursday, versus Centre Hastings, in Madoc at 3 p.m.

Walker DeRoche carries the puck into the offensive zone.


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