Ramblers season comes to an end

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Truro players try to contain Ramblers player Mitchell O'Neil as he goes for a loose puck during third period action Saturday night at Amherst Stadium.

AMHERST – The Amherst Ramblers season came to and after losing 4-2 to the Truro Bearcats during Game 6 of their Maritime Hockey League best-of-seven Eastlink Division final Saturday night at Amherst Stadium.

The Ramblers went into the third period up 2-0 but it was all Truro in the third, scoring three goals within a five minute time-frame, and scoring an empty-netter with 36 seconds left in the game.

Jacob Conrad put the Ramblers up 1-0 on a power play at 11:45 into the first period, with assists from Jamie Bishop and Maxime Richard.

The Ramblers went up 2-0 with 32 second left in the second period when Josh Pugsley scored off passes from Brock Morrison and Morgan Walker.

Scoring for Truro in the third period was Patrick Downe at 5:24 into the frame, Adam Guy a little under a minute later, and then Daniel Perigo at 10:27 into the third.

Zack Evans got the empty-netter at the 19:24 mark.

Shots on goal were 30-25 for Truro, with the Ramblers managing only three shots on goal in the third period to Truro’s eight shots.

The Ramblers outshot Truro 13-5 in the first, while Truro outshot Amherst 17-9 in the second.

Attendance at the game was 2,054.

Truro now goes on to play the Summerside Western Capitals in the MHL finals.

More in Monday’s edition of the Amherst Daily News.

 

Organizations: Maritime Hockey League, Summerside Western Capitals, Amherst Daily News

Geographic location: Amherst Stadium

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  • Amanda
    April 15, 2013 - 08:19

    Its so sad the rams fell just short this year again, however it was a great and exciting season and a great playoff run. Congrats to coaches/executives/players on giving amherst a great season of hockey. On one last note, it was soooo disrespectful of those fans who filed out of the arena after truro scored the empty netter. Last game of careers for alot of those boys, the least you'll could have done was stayed and gave them a round of applause for all the hard work they put in this year, glad to see the true fans stayed, cause assuming all those that left were falling of the bandwagon anyways. IMO.

  • Vince Kennie of Northport
    April 15, 2013 - 05:36

    What can I say except the Ramblers done us all proud in their quest for the division title. They appeared to run out of steam(so to speak) in the game Saturday night in the third period. No excuse, however they were missing several key players due to injury and suspensions. Truro proved to be the superior team in the end. I wish nothing but the best to the Ramblers in their upcoming futures, some will be back, however to those moving on, have a good future doing whatever you choose.