Memorial Cup: Oil Kings hold their own

The Saint John Sea Dogs went down in overtime 4-3 against the Edmonton Oil Kings in their second game of the Memorial Cup tournament on Wednesday night.

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Raivis Kristians Ansons, Josh Lawrence and William Dufour had scored three goals in 3:59 in the first half to erase a 2-0 deficit. Jaxsen Wiebe then took charge for the visitors, completing his hat-trick in the of the additional period.

Montreal Canadiens prospect Kaiden Guhle picked up an assist in the win. Sebastian Cossa shone by stopping 36 pucks, against 27 for Nikolas Hurtubise.

The host team of the tournament thus claims a record of a victory and a loss in extra time, it which had taken the honors against the Hamilton Bulldogs, considered by many as the favorites to win the competition, 48 years ago. hours.

The representatives of the Western Junior League (WHL) find themselves with a record of a victory in overtime and a loss, they who lost against the Cataractes of Shawinigan, Tuesday evening.


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