|Date:||November 08, 2009|
|Teams:||Red Deer Rebels (White) — 3|
|At:||Calgary Bronks — 3|
This was a close game on the score sheet but not so on the ice. The Bronks controlled much of the play, pounding 60 shots on Rebels’ goalie Anthony Hamill, while giving up only 20. Both teams were effective at pinning the opposition in their own zone with the Bronks obviously getting more scoring chances.
After a scoreless first, the Rebels jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Stefan Danielson and Jody Sick in the second.
The Bronks tied the game with two quick goals inside the first 30 seconds of the third period. With 12 minutes to go Mark Logan scored a power play goal to put the Bronks ahead for the first time in a game they’d been controlling. The lead wouldn’t last and Anthony Hamill was rewarded for a great game when Stefan Danielson blasted his second goal of the game to tie the score at threes.
Red Deer Rebels (White)
31 Anthony Hamill (G) — Anthony played a great game. His positioning was great, he looked big and he showed quick reflexes. There was nothing he could do about two of the three goals that were scored against him. Anthony showed good poise while under constant pressure from the Bronks forwards. Better than anything was Anthony’s rebound control, as he showed he has the ability to stop the play and to direct rebounds to the corners effectively.
9 Jamal Watson (F) — Jamal was held off the score sheet for the first time this season, however he still played a great game. Jamal’s speed, puck handling and ability to get shots on goal, always lead to multiple scoring opportunities and tonight was no different. Jamal and the Bronks just happened to run into a red hot goalie. Jamal also showed defensive responsibility throughout the game while at regular strength and on the power play.