Rivermen showcasing offensive swagger!

Six Nations Rivermen forward Pierce Abrams shows his strength as he fends off an Oakville defender while generating that quality scoring opportunity. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News If regular season was any direct indication, then the Six Nations Rivermen are in for a long and thrilling playoff drive. Playing what was their last regular season home game, the first place Rivermen who have dominated to the tune of a 13-1 record entertained the GPA fans with what was their biggest offensive output in what was a 21-9 win against second place Oakville Titans.Five days after a late third period Kyle Smith goal made the difference in what was an 11-10 Rivermen road win against Oakville, the two teams met up again where Six Nations were led by six point efforts from Alex Kedoh-Hill (2 goals, 4 assists) along with Roger Vyse. (4 goals, 2 assists) Also having standout offensive games were Josh…

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