Sarnia Legionnaires shine at Western Ontario Hockey Conference all-star game

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By Dan McCaffery

Skaters from the Sarnia Legionnaires stole the show Monday at the annual Western Ontario Hockey Conference all-star game in St. Thomas.

The six Sarnians competing in the contest picked up a combined total of 17 points as a squad known as Team Weir defeated a team dubbed Team Harvey by a 14-12 count. 

The clubs were named after a pair of long-time Western Jr. 'B' convenors.

Shawn Waldie, who picked up a goal and three assists, was named MVP of the winning side. 

Jason Teschke, meanwhile, had five points, including three goals.

Jesse Drydak had two goals, including the winner (which he scored on a breakaway late in the third period) and an assist.

Defenceman Steve Farlow had a goal, while rearguard Anthony Donati had two helpers.

Sarnia goalie Kyle Washer was credited with two assists.

Washer also made 14 saves during the one period he played, including four breakaway stops.

Legionnaire Brent Sauve was selected to play in the game but was sidelined with an injury.

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