Hagersville Hawks gain crucial two points

Hagersville Hawks forward Tycie Cowan shows his determination as he races for a lose puck during what was a Saturday night win at home against the Port Dover Sailors. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter With regular season quickly winding down there is no underestimating the significance of two huge points. With only three games to playoffs, the Hagersville Hawks took a big 4-2 win Saturday against the Port Dover Sailors. The win meant they are now sitting one point up on a three-team race for third spot overall. The Hawks are one point ahead of the Niagara Riverhawks while the Hamilton Huskies Jr. Blues sit two points back. “It’s really important. Two points could decide who finishes third,” Hawks veteran forward Tycie Cowan said. “These are big points.” Looking to bounce back from a 3-0 Friday night road loss against the second place Grimsby Peach Kings, Hagersville got two third period goals from Matt Weston and Ralph Taggart which…

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