Struggling Blast limping into playoffs

The Brantford Blast, who finished the season with back to back loses against Stoney Creek, will have their hands full with Dundas in first round playoff action. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News Brantford Blast veteran forward Cam Sault didn’t pull any punches in evaluating his team’s performance. Shortly after ending the regular season with a pair of 9-5, 5-0 weekend losses against Stoney Creek, Sault stated “We didn’t play our style of successful hockey. We didn’t play our system. We were bad defensively from our goalie out. We have to be better in our own end if we want to beat Stoney.” Brantford, who will be playing Dundas in the opening round, came into Friday night’s game having lost two of three regular season meetings against a first place Stoney Creek team who have only lost four regular season games. Charlie Stephens gave the Brantford Civic Centre fans reason to get loud as he registered a first…

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