The series is tied going into the last game
By Darrell Cole
Amherst Daily News
AMHERST - It's all going to come down to one game, winner take all.
Colin Campbell scored a pair of goals including one with just over four minutes to play as the Yarmouth Mariners defeated the Amherst Ramblers 4-1 in Maritime Junior Hockey League Bent Division final series action.
The series shifts back to Yarmouth for Game 7 on Saturday with the winner moving into the league final against the Woodstock Slammers.
Amherst jumped out to the lead 13:47 into the first period when Brandon Street took a pass from Andrew Smith and beat Mariners' goalie Charles Grant.
Yarmouth tied the game 3:19 into the second period when Mathieu Pompeii took advantage of a defensive giveaway and fired one by Ramblers' goalie Kody Blois. Matt Tomah and Andrew Walker added assists.
Campbell scored what proved to be the winner at 13:23 of the period when he one-timed a shot by Blois from the right face-off circle. Pompeii added the lone assist.
Campbell gave the Mariners insurance late in the third when his wraparound trickled by Blois with 4:36 to play before Pompeii scored into an empty net with less than a minute to go to round out the scoring.
Grant was the story for the Mariners making several key saves with the Ramblers pressing for the equalizer late in the second period and through the early part of the third when Amherst had a powerplay.
CKDH 101.7 will have the game on Saturday night.