Mountain Wolves vs Hamilton Hub Cyclones, News, Novice Mountain Wolves, 2013-2014, MD (Waterloo Minor Hockey)

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Mountain Wolves vs Hamilton Hub Cyclones
Submitted By Mike Willson on Saturday, March 15, 2014
The Mountain Wolves lost to Hamilton Hub Cyclones 7 to 4 despite being down 4 -0 after a period and a half.

The team worked very hard mounting the comeback bid against the Cyclones this afternoon. The Mountain Wolves found themselves down 4 - 0 before they started moving the puck around in the offensive zone.

Thomas Chan got the "puck rolling" on a nifty toe-drag move mid way through the second period as he took a pass from Owen McLeod making the score 4 - 1.

Before the second period ended, Jake Patterson stole the puck from behind the net and passed it to his centreman, Declan Uniac along the boards. Out of the corner of his eye, Declan saw Cole Tiegs moving into the middle of the zone. No one expected the pass to go back to the blue line. Great heads up pass Declan. Cole Tiegs rifled a bullet from the centre blue line hitting the top corner making it 4 - 2.

Shortly into the third period, Aidan MacKinnon (who was parked along the blue line), passed the puck over to Cole Hunsberger who gingerly lifted the puck past the Hamilton goaltender.

Two minutes after making it 4 - 3, Mountain Wolves # 15 slid the puck to Jack Droumtsekas who then feathered the puck past two Hamilton defensmen over to Declan Uniac. Declan blasted a one-timer over the glove side making it 4 - 4.

Solid effort boys. Good luck tomorrow on your final game of the season against your dressing room rivals the Wild Wolves.
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