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minutes later. With less than "ve minutes to go in the second, Quinn Gordon scored the third goal. The following day, the Beavers were able to score the "rst goal against the Ottawa West Golden Knights. Only in the second period did Pier-Olivier Fournier hit the target on the power play with the help of Dominik Henrie and Yanik Laliberté. The score was 1-0 after 40 minutes.
The Knights tied it quickly in the last period with a goal scored after only 42 seconds had gone by. The Knights then got another one in on the power play with a goal by Riley Hennigar, taking the lead 2-1. The Beavers recalled their goalie Philippe Quesnel and added an extra attacker. The Knights were then able to score a third goal in an empty net. “We played both games well,” added
Lavictoire. “But the puck just wasn’t rolling on our side. We have to avoid mistakes that give the other team a chance to build momentum.” The Beavers will have a chance to get back on their feet this weekend when they face the Timberwolves in Renfrew, this Friday. Sunday, the Beavers will get a visit from the Gatineau Mustangs, at 2:15 p.m., at the Clarence Creek arena.
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C L A RE NC E | The C larence B eavers ended up with no points this weekend, losing two games back to back. “The strength is very well divided between all the teams in the division, said general manager, Charlie Lavictoire. Any mistakes can cost us points”. Saturday, against the Almonte Thunder, Clarence su!ered its "rst shutout of the season with a 3-0 loss. The Beavers were unable to get one in, even after being given "ve chances on the power play. Ben Wade scored the "rst goal, shorthanded at 18:50 in the second period. Matt Gabriel took care of the second goal for Almonte a few
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