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Sudbury wolves double up on the Ottawa 67s winning 4 to 2 on home ice

Sudbury left-winger Quentin Musty scores gets two goals

Sudbury Wolves enjoyed a win Friday night playing on home ice at the Sudbury Arena where they bested the Ottawa 67s four to two. And it was an especially good night for Wolves left-winger and first round draft pick Quentin Musty who scored two goals.

"It was great. I was in the right spot at the right time," Musty said in post game comments.

Ottawa began the action just after five minutes into the first period, scoring the first goal by defenceman Derek Smyth which got past Wolves goalie Mitchell Weeks. 

It didn't take long for Musty to respond by tying the game with just over four minutes left in the period. The period ended with the score at 1-1.

Wolves came back strong in the second period with right-winger Evan Konyen scoring nicely on a breakaway.

The action continued with Sudbury's 2-1 lead until 10 minutes into the third period when there was a four-on-four play. Musty grabbed the puck and let loose with a quick shot for his second marker of the game.

It was about two minutes later that Ottawa responded with its second goal by Ottawa centre Cameron Tolnai after a rebounding shot from right-winger Brendan Sirizzotti.

It didn't take long after for Sudbury to firm up its lead. Centreman Kocha Delic fired off his sixth goal of the season for a late insurance marker.

The Wolves are back in action Saturday night  for Game 2 of their 3-game weekend. Sudbury will be in Hamilton to do battle with the Bulldogs, 7 p.m. at the First Ontario Centre.  On Sunday, the Wolves are playing at 2 p.m. at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre to take on the Mississauga Steelheads.