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Game 455


The Riga Reign played host to the D.C. Dragons in this slow-burn game. The teams each struggled to find momentum, going scoreless through a first period which saw a total of 17 shots on goal. Dragons drew first blood on a power play goal in the second period, but Riga answered back swiftly. Things ramped up heavily for Riga in the third - they scored on 4 of their 19 shots in the period. The Reign showed off their dynamite offense to put this game in the W column, 5-2.


Game 456


Despite Helsinki leading the shot count at the end of the first period, it was Prague who found themselves ahead early. Back-to-back goals by the Phantoms put the pressure on early. The Titans answered back in the 15th minute of the first period to bring the score within one. The second period was all Prague, with the Phantoms adding one goal to their lead and maintaining good puck possession throughout. Helsinki showed their grit and determination in the third period, unrelenting despite playing from behind. Despite a beauty of a power play goal by Verlander in the final seconds of the game, Helsinki fell to Prague with a final score of 4-3.

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Game 454

:cal: Calgary Wranglers :cal:


:ldn: London United :ldn:


Getting wrong an extremely dumb trivia question means that I'm writing a game recap, but luckily, Random.org picked a good one for me to review! A battle between two of the league's top teams was a battle until the end - first Calgary pulled ahead 2-0 on backup LDN G, then London had three unanswered goals, followed by Calgary making it 4-3, then London ties it, then Calgary pulls ahead once more, and all of that before the end of the second period! The third period was played much more tightly, but Matt Avens continued his insane rookie season with his 42nd goal, drawing the two teams level and sending it to OT. There, neither team could send one home in eight combined shots, bringing on the shootout. But Calgary flamed out there, with LDN G stopping two shots and Erlantz Jokinen missing the net on a third, giving London the victory.


Final Score: :ldn: 6, :cal: 5, SO

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