Huge win for Lambton Shores Predators against Leamington; team faces St. Thomas Sunday

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Being one of the most important games of the season the Lambton Shores Predators came out flying Saturday night.

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Fifty one seconds into the first period Connor Annett buried the first goal assisted by Kyle Brothers. Coming back with 51 seconds left in the first period Captain Adam Arseneault netted the second goal for the Predators assisted by Corey Pawley and Bryan Boersma to end the first period with a 2-0 lead for the Predators.

After a scoreless second period the Predators maintained their 2-0 lead.

Leamington scored two goals to tie the game 2-2 in the third. With 4:24 remaining in the third period Cody Trowell scored the winning goal assisted by Kyle Brothers and Ryan Rontondi to take a huge win to move into eighth and a well deserved playoff position.

"It was a great game. Brandon Campbell was outstanding in net. Cody Trowell got a great winning goal. This was a team win. Nothing less" said Head Coach Mark Davis.

The Predators are back in action Sunday night vs St Thomas.

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