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Blues Storm Back To Victory

Perhaps next game the boys will set the alarm clock a wee bit earlier and avoid waking up to being down by three at the end of the first.  Despite the rough first period the Blues stormed back with five unanswered goals starting with a point shot from Nathan Snoek on the power play that somehow found it’s way in.  Shortly there after while killing a penalty Kamerin Nault intercepted a pass and drove the length of the ice potting a beauty.  Liam Kroeker repeated the feat almost ten minutes later during 5 on 5 play popping one top shelf to tie the game before the end of the second.

Going into the third the ice now tilted towards the Pistons end and the speed of the Blues took over.  At 12:40 of the third Mark Wilson’s point shot got through to take the lead.  Nault followed that up a few minutes later with a power play marker to cement the deal.

Nault ended the night with 4 points – 2 goals and 2 assists moving him into second place in the league scoring race. Newcomer Josh Curtis also had a multi-point night picking up a pair of assists.