Bantam LL’s Terrence Jamieson solid between the pipes

Six Nations Bantam LL forwards Matthew Hill and Lleyton Sowden generated countless scoring opportunities during what was a tough to swallow loss against Norwich. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter Some hockey purist would argue that penalty shots are the most exciting part of a game. This rare occurrence, which usually has the fans standing and cheering in anticipation, happened recently during second period action at the Gaylord Powless Arena when a Norwich player skated in and scored during what was a 5-1 late November weekend win against the Six Nations Bantam LL squad. “It’s sort of nerve wracking,” Bantam LL goalie Terrence Jamieson said. Jamieson, who made several solid saves in this game went on to say, “I had one last year (facing a penalty shot). This is my second one while playing goal.” Norwich was finally rewarded, not once, but twice, as they scored consecutive goals in a little under a three- minute…

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