The Hawks lose at home but win the away game

Tribune Express - - SPORTS - MAXIME MYRE maxime.myre@eap.on.ca

The Hawks lost their home game to the Car­le­ton Place Ca­na­dians this past Fri­day, but ma­na­ged to win their away game in Corn­wall against the Colts Mon­day night.

The past two Hawks games were ridd­led with pe­nal­ties for both teams, 10 pe­nal­ties were gi­ven du­ring their home game against the Car­le­ton Place Ca­na­dians and 13 pe­nal­ties were han­ded out on their away game, nine of these gi­ven in the first per­iod.

On Fe­brua­ry 17, it took 18 mi­nutes of ga­me­play for one of the teams to score. Shawn Ken­ne­dy of the Car­le­ton Place Ca­na­dians was the first to do so.

Charles Le­vesque of the Hawks chan­ged the tide and sco­red for his team half­way through the se­cond per­iod, brin­ging the match to a tie. Ca­na­dians’ Alex Frie­sen sco­red four mi­nutes la­ter, which tur­ned the table on the Hawks. Ear­ly on in the third per­iod, Ai­den Gir­du­ckis of the Ca­na­dians, sea­led the Hawks’ fate by sco­ring du­ring a po­wer play. The match en­ded 3-1 for the Car­le­ton Place Ca­na­dians.

On Fe­brua­ry 20, the Haw­kes­bu­ry Hawks tra­ve­led to Corn­wall to face the Colts.

In the first per­iod alone, nine pe­nal­ties were gi­ven out, four of those to Hawks players, a lot of pe­nal­ties but no goals in the first per­iod. Jus­tin McC­rae of the Colts sco­red the first goal of the game five mi­nutes in­to the se­cond per­iod. Eric Thean­der of the Hawks sco­red a few mi­nutes la­ter brin­ging the game to a tie. Four more pe­nal­ties were gi­ven in the third per­iod but just like the first one, no goals. The game then went in over­time.

Da­vid Jan­kows­ki of the Hawks, as­sis­ted by Jo­na­than Cyr, ma­na­ged to score in over­time en­ding the game 2-1 for the Hawks. Les Hawks de Haw­kes­bu­ry ont rem­por­té l’un de leurs deux der­niers matchs.—pho­to

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