Legionnaires clinch playoff berth in Chatham The Sarnia Legionnaires mathematically clinched a playoff spot here Sunday.
Coach Mark Davis's Jr. 'B' hockey club picked up a point in a 4 3 double overtime loss to the Chatham Maroons to take a 24 point lead over the ninth place Lambton Shores Predators. With just 12 games left in the Western Ontario Hockey Conference schedule, the Preds can do no better than tie the Legion crew. And any deadlock would go to Sarnia, which has won fourth straight games against their cross county rivals. The top eight clubs will qualify for the post season. But in truth, the Legionnaires weren't really concerned about Lambton Shores. Sarnia, which sits in fifth place burberry sportswear with a burberry brit outlet 19 17 0 3 record, still has an outside chance of catching the fourth ranked Leamington Flyers, thereby gaining home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. The Tomato Town team has an eight point lead over Davis's squad but Sarnia has a game in hand and two contests left with the Flyers. The Legionnaires came charging out of the gate Sunday, taking a 2 0 lead before the contest was 10 minutes old. Corunna native Josh Barraclough started things off, burying a wicked wrist shot from the top of the faceoff circle just over a minute into the game. He now has a dozen goals to his credit, including three in five games since the Legionnaires obtained him in a trade with Chatham. Joey Zappa got the game's second tally on a rebound effort. For Zappa, it was his team leading 15th of the season. Sarnia's other goal came off the stick of Cameron Rannie, who knocked the puck down in the slot before rifling his fourth of the year (and second in two games) into the twine. The Legionnaires have now picked up at least one point in four straight games since the start of the New Year. "We're still gaining points, which is good, Davis said. kids played well. All in all, burberry sale store to come into Chatham and get a point is huge for us.
notes: Chatham goals were scored by buy burberry Brendan D'Agostino, Nolan VandenBoom, Bryce Yetman and Steven Beenackers (with the winner). Goalie Jorgen Johnson made 40 saves in the Sarnia net, including a penalty shot stop in the first OT session. Brendan Johnston faced 33 pucks in the Chatham cage.
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