CHIEFS DEFEAT REDMEN SECOND TIME IN A ROW
Six Nations Chiefs defeated the Brooklin Redmen 8-5 in a Tuesday evening game played in Six Nations. Cody Jamieson led all players with a 5 point game, scoring 3 goals while adding 2 assists.
Brooklin took an early 2-0 lead before the seven minute mark of the first period - this was the only time during the game, the Redmen led. However, the Chiefs responded with four straight goals to end the first period leading 4-2.
The Redmen won the second period 2-1, but still trailed 5-4 at the end of the second frame.
Brooklin did tie the game 5-5 early in the third period. However, Six Nations responded with three straight goals over a seven minute span ending the game's scoring and preserving an 8-5 victory.
The Redmen went 0-4 on the power play which could have made a difference. The Chiefs were 50% going 1-2 playing with a man up.
Six Nations goaltender Warren Hill recorded the win, while Zach Higgins took the loss for Brooklin. The Chiefs outshot the Redmen 54-49.
At this point in the season, Six Nations have a .500 record with four wins and four losses, good enough for third place. Brooklin has a record of 3 wins and four losses, which is currently sufficient for the fourth and final playoff spot.