Game 2 of the weekend series between the Toronto Six and the Minnesota Whitecaps took place this afternoon. In the first game, it would be the Toronto Six who won the game by a score of 4-0. Here is how the 2 teams would lineup:
All of the scoring in this game would be done in the first period. It would be the Whitecaps who would get on the board first, not even 1 minute into the game. Morrison would steal the puck from the Six defener, and would streak up the right side of the ice. Morrison would shoot the puck at the circles and roof it over Chuli’s glove. The goal would be unassisted.
7 minutes later, the Six would strike back and tie up the game. A shot from the point would take a wicked deflection in the slot, and the puck would find the stick of Shiann Darkangelo, who would roof the shot over Leveille.
A minute later, the Six would strike again and take the lead in the game. Shiann Darkangelo would drop the puck on the left circle. The puck was then picked up by Mikyla Grant-Mentis, who took the shot in the slot and the puck would get underneath Amanda Leveille’s glove. The Six would take a 2-1 lead heading into the second period, and that would be all the scoring needed in this game, as the Six would win by a final score of 2-1.
Both of these teams will square off in a weekend series against each other on January 8th in Toronto.
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