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WORCESTER WINS 6-2 AGAINST TROIS-RIVIÈRES

Tonight, at the Colisée Vidéotron took place the first game between the Trois-Rivières Lions and the Worcester Railers.

The first period got off to a strong start for the Railers as Paul Thompson beat the Lions’ goalie and opened the scoring for his team. Moments later, it was Nic Pierog’s turn to find the back of the net. The Railers had the lead 2-0 after 20.

At the beginning of the second period, Lions’ assistant captain Mathieu Brodeur received a penalty for tripping. Railers forward Dru Callin was next to score. Right after the faceoff, Blake Christensen scored his third of the season. After Railers’ fourth goal, Desrosiers was pull out of the game, Pagliarulo take his place. It was his first pro game. At the end of the second, with only 8 seconds left in the second period, Olivier Archambault scored and opened the scoring for the Lions. Railers has the lead 4-1 after 40.

In the third, Cédric Montminy was kicked out of the game for boarding. The Railers then scored their 5th goal of the night. At the end of the third, Justin Ducharme scores his third of the season, but it was too late for the Lions. Railers leave Trois-Rivières with the two points with a 6-2 win against the Lions.

The next home game will be on November 24th

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