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CEE BEES EVEN THE SERIES

THE 2017 HERDER MEMORIAL CHAMPIONSHIP BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE TELEGRAM KNOTTED AT ONE GAME A PIECE.

March 27, 2017
Immediate Release
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL –The Harbour Grace Ocean Enterprise Cee Bee Stars got two third period goals to nip the Clarenville Ford Caribous 2-1 in game two of the 2017 Herder Memorial Championship brought to you by the Telegram on Sunday afternoon in Harbour Grace. Matthew Thomey potted the game winner at 17:40 of the final stanza to ensure at least two games in Clarenville this coming weekend. Mason Reid opened the scoring for the Caribous in the second period after a scoreless first and John Charles Snow evened the score mid-way through the third period for the Cee Bees.
A.J Whiffen earned the victory in the nets for the Cee Bees making 28 saves while veteran goaltender Jason Churchill suffered the loss for the Caribous while facing 24 shots.
The best of five series will now move to the Clarenville Events Centre this weekend for games three, four and five, if necessary.
The Herder Memorial Trophy was first presented by Ralph Herder of the Evening Telegram Limited in honor of the hockey playing Herder Family, who founded the Evening Telegram in 1879. The trophy is emblematic of the All Newfoundland Senior Hockey Championship.
All games will be webcasted by Hockey NL’s partner Bell Aliant TV One and fans who can’t get to a game can watch via the following link. http://tv1.ca/u38vmq4
Hockey NL will also be having live scoring, statistics and news. Hockey fans can follow on http://www.hnlprovincials.ca/TheHerder/
For more information, please contact:

Craig Tulk
Executive Director, Hockey NL
P.O. Box 176
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
A2A 2J4
ctulk@hockeynl.ca
709-489-5512 office
709-486-0442 cell
709-489-2273 fax

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