Snipers suffer overtime loss

There was no quit in the Six Nations Snipers who showcased their offensive firepower but still came up a tad short during weekend action at the ILA against Paris. ( Photo by Neil Becker )

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter Despite a slow start, there is absolutely no panic coming from the Six Nations Snipers dressing room. Following a tough to swallow 15-14 overtime loss against the second place Paris River Wolves, which left Six Nations with an overall 1-5 record, their veteran defenceman Brayden Hill replied, “On paper we have such a talented team. The pieces are coming together, and we know we’re going to win.” Hill, who was on last summer’s Minto Cup winning Six Nations Arrows team went on to add, “We have some new faces and we haven’t all played together. It’s going to take an extra bit of work.” Six Nations, who have lost three of their five games by one goal decisions, got off to that pivotal quick start…

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