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Wolves dominate the visiting Hamilton Bulldogs

The Sudbury Wolves dominated the Hamilton Bulldogs during a Friday night home game at the Sudbury Community Arena, ending the game with a score of 8-2.
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David Goyette of the Sudbury Wolves scored a hat trick during Friday’s home game against the Hamilton Bulldogs.

The Sudbury Wolves dominated the Hamilton Bulldogs during a Friday night home game at the Sudbury Community Arena, ending the game with a score of 8-2. 

David Goyette scored a hat trick for Sudbury, which constituted the player’s goals two through four for the 2021-22 regular season, and picked up first star of the game honours.

Fellow Wolves Chase Stillman and Evan Konyen each earned three points and Quentin Musty, Nick DeGrazia, Ethan Larmand and Liam Ross each contributed two points.

Shots on goal between the teams were close to even, with Hamilton making 27 tries to Sudbury’s 26, with Wolves goaltender Michell Weeks blocking the puck 25 times to help earn the team their third win of the young season. The team is currently ranked eighth of 16 in the league.

In a release issued by the Wolves, it’s noted that head coach Craig Duncanson praised his lineup “from top to bottom for their effort in the bounce back win.”

“I think we had a tough road trip, obviously, but it was nice to come back home and get back to playing for our fans,” Goyette said in a video recorded after the game. “Just as a team we kept grinding together and pushing it because we knew it was coming.”

The Wolves next hit the rink Oct. 28 for an away-game in Barrie for their first meeting with the Colts. The team’s next home game will be the following day against Oshawa. 

For the team’s full game schedule, click here.