The Six Nation Arrows have reached their goal as the number one seed in the playoffs. They did that by taking down Burlington 10-8 Thursday night in an overtime game. Ryan Lee has shown great success since coming over from the Toronto Beaches with six points (2G, 4A) in the game.
Brendan Bomberry scored twice, while Jordan Durston dished out three assists and scored a goal. Goalie Doug Jamieson saved 44 shots.
A few minutes into the second period, the Arrows took over scoring five goals while Burlington only had two, but one of which tied up the game sending it into overtime. In overtime, Brendan Bomberry scored two goals and also assisted on Jackson Reid’s goal.
On Sunday Six Nations was back home and taking on Orangeville a team that is always a rival and one that the Arrows beat early on in the year. Orangeville jumped out with a 2-0 league but then the Arrows took over scoring seven of the next nine goals. With the 7-3 lead going into the third, Orangeville netted two more goals but the Arrows held on for the win with the 7-5 victory.
Even when the Arrows have put out a younger lineup they have still been coming victories, which just shows how deep their lineup is. Ryan Lee had five points in Sunday’s game, as did Brandon Bomberry. Goalie Jamieson made 41 saves.
The Arrows were also well represented at the Under Armour games in Maryland this past weekend when defender Tyson Bomberry played in the Senior All American game and Austin Staats showcased his skills in the Under Classman games.
The next game for the Arrows will be Monday night on the road in Peterborough. These teams opened up the season at the ILA in a game that the Arrows took 13-7.