Oakville beats Seckman in game 2 by a score of 6-1

Oakville wins game 2 of the first round of the Challenge Cup Playoffs

The Oakville Tigers score just 3 minutes into the first period, with a goal from Charlie Freshman, assisted by Farina and Hassler.  Brendan Nichting would put the Tigers up by 2 with a goal from Korte and Hassler.  And Cameron Dulle would score an unassisted goal giving the Tigers a 3-0 lead in the second period. 

Seckman was awarded a penalty shot on a hooking call but Jost shut him down when he made the save.  Steve Farina would score the 4th goal for the Tigers assisted by Freshman and Kovacich.  And Kovacich started the 3rd period with an unassisted goal and Oakville is beating Seckman 5-0.  Troy Korte would also score in the 3rd period (from Kovacich and Schafer). 

Seckman was able to score late in the 3rd period but couldn't get anymore past goaltender, Zach Jost.  The final of the game was 6-1.

Thanks to Oakville hockey fans for all the support.  Great turn out for this game and all year long.  For game themes and updates, follow the best fans in hockey, on Twitter @Oak_hockey_fans

Hope to see you all Monday 2/4/13 @ 6:30 for the 3rd and final game of the first round of the playoffs, when Oakville plays Chaminad at Queeny Rec Plex.  GO Tigers!!

Update: Here's the schedule for the quarterfinals! Fri 02/08/13 8:45 @ Webster Groves, Mon 02/11/13 8:15 @ Queeny

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Lindsay Toler February 05, 2013 at 12:01 AM
Go Tigers!!!


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