The Glengarry News - - Sports in the Glens - Files from Car­rie Seguin

of the game was Thomp­son, who played well of­fen­sively and worked hard to back-check and in­ter­rupt the Co­bras’ pres­sure.

Se­away con­cluded the reg­u­lar sea­son by host­ing the Grads on Feb. 5. The game be­gan with backand-forth ac­tion, with the teams both scor­ing twice dur­ing the first pe­riod, but the Rapids took charge in the se­cond stanza with a four spot, two of which were notched short-handed. To seal the deal, SVR outscored their op­po­nents two-to-one in the third, set­ting up the 8-3 vic­tory. Delisle, Thomp­son, and Owen McMil­lan were the Se­away marks­men, while Lalonde, Bowen, Novosad, White, McMil­lan, and Hunter Thomp­son earned as­sists. Player of the game hon­ours went to the team as a whole for the level-head­ed­ness and tenac­ity shown by all play­ers through­out the tense match-up.

The se­cond-place fin­ish for the Se­away Val­ley Rapids novice hockey team came down to the fourth level of tie break­ers used to de­ter­mine fi­nal stand­ings. Both SVR and the Kanata Blaz­ers ended the sea­son with a 22-7-1 record. Head-to-head, both teams had two wins and two ties and boasted a plus/mi­nus dif­fer­en­tial of 63. SVR beat out the Blaz­ers with a two-goal ad­van­tage when con­sid­er­ing to­tal goals for: 142 com­pared to 140.

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