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With the Brampton Blades picking up a 4-3 win over the Ottawa Lynx in the latest matchday, the Lynx's seven-game winning game has been snapped. Ironically, the streak started with Ottawa bouncing back from a 2-1 shootout loss to the Blades on matchday 64. Ottawa, who has a league-leading 105 points, have only lost six games all season, however half of those losses (three) have come at the hands of provincial rivals Brampton. While Ottawa is leading the second-placed Yukon Rush by 19 points, and the third-placed Brampton Blades by 20 points, they have not clinched top seed for the playoffs yet. In their 15 remaining games, seven wins will ensure the Lynx get home-ice advantage throughout the Coca-Cola S54 VHLM Playoffs. The Blades and Lynx will face-off five more times in the remainder of the season, with four of the games taking place at the Blades' arena. While Ottawa is still expected to finish atop the leaderboards, experts have predicted that the current 20-point gap between the two Ontario teams will be no larger than 15 by the end of the season.

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