Mike Teeter scored four goals and added an assist to help the Barrie Blizzards knock of the Durham Turfdogs 14-10 at the General Motors Centre on Saturday afternoon. The Orangeville,ON native joined the team this week replacing Colin Boucher after he was called up to the Vancouver Stealth.
Brad Levick continued to impress his new club, netting a goal and three assists in his second game with the Blizzard. The Newmarket,ON native’s eight points(4G,4A) on the year is good enough for an early lead for the CLax scoring title.
Veteran netminder Angus Dineley was impressive in between the pipes, earning his first win of the year. Dineley also contributed some offense from the crease, adding two in the victory.
In the losing effort, Geoff McNulty found the back of the net once and dished out three assists for Durham. 2014 rookie standout Dylan Goddard chipped in with a pair of goals and one assist in his 2015 season debut.
Turfdogs goaltender Kevin Croswell was charged with the loss in his first start of the season.
Both teams move to 1-1 on the year and will meet again next Sunday, this time in Barrie at the Molson Centre.