Midget Reps fall short in goaltending duel

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter Though they didn’t emerge with a win, Six Nations Midget Rep coach Terry ‘Bean’ Smith was optimistic about what he saw. Following what was a classic goal tending duel which saw the Caledonia Thunder squeeze out a 2-1 win against Six Nations, Smith, who is affectionately known as ‘Bean’ commented, “We took three penalties all game. We used to get 36 or 40 minutes a game in penalties. We are getting more disciplined and staying out of the box.” Reflecting on the season Smith went on to add, “They’ve been more disciplined and they have a good attitude. The boys have been showing up for practice and playing for each other.” Riding a three-game winning streak, Six Nations had some early quality chances starting with…

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