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LARSH SHOWS SPIRIT FOR HOUNDS

SAGINAW, Mich. -- Jeff Larsh is starting to come of age for the Soo Greyhounds. The Hounds' second pick (23rd overall) at the 2001 Ontario Hockey League draft, Larsh failed to score a goal in spot duty over 28 games as a rookie last season.
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SAGINAW, Mich. -- Jeff Larsh is starting to come of age for the Soo Greyhounds. The Hounds' second pick (23rd overall) at the 2001 Ontario Hockey League draft, Larsh failed to score a goal in spot duty over 28 games as a rookie last season. But the lanky centre capped a four-goal weekend here Saturday with a three-goal effort in a 7-2 Hounds' win over the Saginaw Spirit. Larsh also scored in a 5-2 Hounds' loss to the Kitchener Rangers on Friday night. Larsh's goal-scoring surge gives him eight in 15 games this season for the Hounds, now 4-9-2-1 on the season. Two of Larsh's goals in the Saturday win over Saginaw were on the power play. Centre Jeff Carter also had a pair of power play goals for the Hounds and added a pair of assists. Rookie Bryan Remple and defenceman Niko Tuomi rounded out the Soo scoring. The Hounds are now home for a three-game stand at Memorial Gardens beginning on Wednesday when the Plymouth Whalers are at the Soo. Then it's Saginaw in the Soo on Friday and Kitchener at the Gardens next Sunday.