Blast still hopeful of playoff berth

Brantford Blast leading scorer Cameron Sault gets ready to find some open space during Friday night home action against the Whitby Dunlops. Sault, who had a two assist game, received some strong praise from line mate and friend Chris Rebernik. ( Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter Things might look bleak but the Brantford Blast aren’t about to give up their ultimate quest for a post season berth. Despite being 11 points out of a playoff spot with only seven games remaining Blast veteran forward Chris Rebernik replied, “The mood is still good in the room. We know we’re still in it. We have to beat Dundas in both games and hope things go our way.” Looking to halt a two game losing skid, Brantford got a two assist performance from their leading scorer Cameron Sault but it wasn’t quite enough as they dropped a momentum swinging 7-6 decision against the second place Whitby Dunlops. “We’ve played together since Day 1 six years ago, and we have great chemistry,” Rebernik said about…

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