ROCHESTER HILLS – The Clarkston Wolves scored three goals in the third period to defeat the Stoney Creek Cougars 4-2 Friday night in a key Oakland Activities Association game.
Heading into the third period of a 1-1 game, Clarkston was able to get their forecheck going and spend a large part of the period in Stoney Creek’s end. And that territorial advantage proved to be the difference down the stretch.
“That is what we harp on. We’ve been trying to get the puck deep the last few games. We struggled with that a little bit today,” Wolves head coach Karl Daiek said. “We did it in the third period, so it was a huge advantage. I think we probably had a little more pace finishing out the game.”
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