London Knights beat Ottawa 67s in shootout – London IG News

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On a day when both quarter-final matches of the football World Cup were decided in a shootout, the London Knights and the Ottawa 67’s decided to join the penalty shot party.

London and Ottawa matched each other up to a shootout in their first meeting since 2020.

Knights forward George Diako scored the only goal of that shootout, while goaltender Brett Brochu made three more saves in his 31 saves through regulation and overtime. The Knights won 1–0.

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The win made London nine wins in their last 10 matches.

The teams went through the first three rounds with some textbook hockey. He took 52 shots on goal and both were stopped by Brochu and 67 by goalkeeper Max Donoso.

The pair played their minor in the Windsor, Ontario, area and patted on center ice after everything was over.

He had a matching .893 save percentage coming into the game and still matched his save percentage coming out.

Brochu recorded his second shutout of the season.

Knights was 0-for-3 on the power play. Ottawa was 0-for-5.

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London will take on Peterborough Petes on Saturday, December 10, 2022 at the Budweiser Garden.

The Petes got off to a good start in 2022–23 and went 8–4 in their first 12 games.

Their 4–3 defeat to Kitchener Rangers on 9 December left Peterborough with just one win in their last seven games.

Coverage begins at 6:30PM on 980 CFPL, http://www.980cfpl.ca and the RadioPlayer Canada app.

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