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It was another great result for the South East Athletic Club midget 15-year-old team Saturday, as the Tigers have now gone a full month without a loss.
SEAC beat the Calgary Canucks 5-3 at Brooks, getting a hat trick from Hayden Prosofsky and never trailing in a rare home game not played in Medicine Hat.
Prosofsky had the first three goals for the Tigers, then assisted on Ethan Machan’s game-winner on a power play in the third period. Machan had a three-point night, while Jarred Schrock got an empty-netter.
Brendan Olson made 17 saves according to the online game sheet, his team outshooting the Canucks 28-20.
South East is 3-0-3 since Nov. 4 and hosts Okotoks (Friday, 7:15 p.m.) and the AC Avalanche (Saturday, 2:15 p.m.) at Hockey Hounds Arena.
Full video highlights are provided here courtesy of the Brooks Bandits. The Midget 15's would like to thank Brooks and the Centennial Regional Arena for hosting the game.
Facing two of the toughest teams in the province, the South East Athletic Club bantam AAA Tigers had to know it’d be a tough weekend.
While they didn’t get a win, the Tigers did earn a point in impressive fashion. On Saturday in Lloydminster, SEAC scored twice in the final period for a 3-3 tie with a Bobcats team that’s 11-2-3.
Vann Yuhas opened the scoring in the first period, then Dawson Seitz scored in the third before a desperation shorthanded marker from Tyler Broesky with 1:25 remaining earned the draw.
Shots were 31-29 for the Bobcats. Bodee Weiss made 28 stops in the Tigers net.
On Sunday the Tigers fell behind early in Leduc and wound up losing 5-3.
Broesky, Seitz and Shane Smith had the goals. Leduc led in shots 37-34, and Kaiden Morin made 32 saves for SEAC, which was behind 2-0 through 20 minutes, clawed back to make it 3-3 entering the third but couldn’t pull ahead from there.
The Tigers now play their next five games at home, including three in December. They host Lethbridge Saturday (7:45 p.m.) and Airdrie Sunday (2:45 p.m.) at Hockey Hounds.