Havoc Hammer Cyclones, 7-4
In front of one of the largest crowds of the season, the Pee Dee Cyclones looked to defeat the Huntsville Havoc for the first time this season. However, Huntsville offensive attacks were too much for the Cyclones. Huntsville struck quickly in the first period with a goal from former Cyclone Trevor Karasiewicz. Soon after, at the 8:11 mark the Havoc struck again, to go up by two. Allan Sirois finally got on the board for Pee Dee with a shot at the 16:38 mark to put the score 2-1 going into the second. The second stanza saw two more quick goals from the Havoc, both goals came on a powerplay. Coach Chris Crombie made the decision to pull starting goalie Leni Di Costanzo to put in Brad Buss. Soon after, Sirois managed to narrow the gap with a shorthanded, unassisted goal at the 13:46 mark, putting the score 4-2. A showering of goals started off the final period. Pee Dee converted on a powerplay with a shot from Kevin Harris 3:35 into the third. Huntsville got another shot by Buss 3:41, and Chris Rebernik added another for Pee Dee at 3:50 to 5-4. However, the Havoc added insult to injury by getting two more goals on the night, making the final score 7-4. The Cyclones' next home game is Sunday afternoon at 4:10PM. It's "Humane Society Day" so come out and support a great cause. Pet adoption will be available and representatives will be on hand to answer questions. For more information, contact the Cyclones' Front Office at 843-432-1234.
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