Brantford Blast suffer costly weekend home loss

Brantford Blast power forward Cameron Sault showcases his speed and determination against Hamilton. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter BRANTFORD— That daunting challenge of qualifying for this year’s Allan Cup hockey playoffs have taken a couple of recent costly hits. After losing their number one goalie Brett Leggat to a seven game suspension due to an ugly incident in Stoney Creek, the Blast who are last in the standings and eight points out of a playoff position, got an unbelievable 47 save performance from Tyler Lewis, but still ended up dropping what was an 8-2 Friday night home decision against the Hamilton Steelhawks. “The game plan didn’t change,” Blast leading scorer Cameron Sault said. “We didn’t play well enough in front of him to get him a win unfortunately. I don’t really know Lewis that well. He’s a hard worker in practice, and you…

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