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Midget Finals Recap
Submitted By Shawn Gladwish on Monday, March 25, 2019
The Midget Final would see the top 2 teams in the regular season face off as the Wallaceburg Lakers 2 would finish 1st in the playoffs and get home ice advantage over the regular season champs the Dresden Jr. Kings White.

Game 1 Dresden Jr. Kings White 3 Wallaceburg Lakers 2 2


The Wallaceburg Lakers 2 would host game one on Mar. 22nd.  


Wallaceburg would open the scoring at  8:52 of the first as Connor D would score the only goal of the first with an assist to Joshua S.  Dresden would even the affair 19 seconds into the second as James B scored with assists from Trenton L and Andrew P.  Dresden would take the lead 1:21 later as Andrew G socred assisted by Trenton L. Dresden would extend their lead at 8:29 of the second as Eric G made it 3-1 with 8:29 left in the period.  Wallaceburg’s Nicholas B would hold Dresden off the board in the third and the Lakers would pull to within a goal with 5:11 left in the game as Brett W scored unassisted. Dresden goalie Cole P would not allow another goal and the Jr. Kings White would take a 1-0 lead heading home for game 2


Game 2 Dresden Jr. Kings 5 Wallaceburg Lakers 2 3


Dresden would play host to game 2 of the best of three on Mar. 23rd and would come out strong with a goal in the first 1:41 as Eric G scored with assists to Andrew G and Fraser H.  Wallaceburg would tie the game at 5:28 off the stick of Nikolas B with Joel M grabbing a helper. Wallaceburg would go up 2-1 1:41 later as Aden B scored assisted by Connor D and Joshua S.  Dresden would tie the game 2:48 into the second when James B scored with assists to Trenton L and Reid V. Dresden would take the lead at 6:33 off a goal from Eric G assisted by Morgan L. Dresden would go up 4-2  with 3:19 left in the 2nd off the stick of Andrew G with an assist to Eric G. Wallaceburg would make it a 1 goal game before the end of the second 40 seconds later as Ashton S scored with an assist from Daniel J. The third period would be tight but Dresden would get the insurance goal with 5:50 remaining on a goal by Trenton L assisted by James B and Eric G to give the Dresden Jr. Kings White the Title.

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