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Blues Rally In Third

Joel MacGillvaray opened the scoring early in the first with help from Kleysen and Esteves but things quickly went downhill from there with Swan countering with a pair of goals before periods end.

With fresh ice and a fresh start in the second, the Blues held on at times for dear life and managed to stop the bleeding while blanking the period. Parsons made some key stops while the boys on the penalty kill really stepped their play up killing off four penalties.

Come the third a similar script that has played out before went into affect.  The boys woke up and boom four unanswered goals.  The tying goal came from McIsaac from Hansen and Kleysen on the power play followed by Stefanson from Nault and Lewis on a pretty passing play also on the power play.  

At that point Swan pulled their Goalie for the extra attacker but that backfired as Matt Leblanc skated the biscuit over centre ice and potted the insurance marker into an empty net. Closing the night out was a classic break to the net goal from Esteves with help from Browning and Hansen that saw Esteves drive the net wait out the goalie and slide the puck around his outstretched pad.