The Soo Greyhounds continued their five-game homestand on Wednesday night as they hosted the Sudbury Wolves.
The game marked the second meeting between the two clubs this season and first since a 10-3 Greyhound victory in September. This time, the Wolves skated away with a 3-2 shootout win at the Essar Centre.
“We had a good first period and we were really in control of the game,” said Greyhounds coach Sheldon Keefe. “Sudbury raised their level of play and found another gear and we got worse as the game went on.”
The game turned into a battle of power plays as all four goals in regulation time came by way of the man-advantage. For Keefe, the Greyhounds power play was a positive in the loss but the penalty kill struggled, which included giving up a goal on a Sudbury five-on-three man advantage.
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