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Lindberg Goal Gives Icehawks Thrilling Overtime Win

November 27, 2009 - International Hockey League 2 (IHL 2) - Port Huron Icehawks News Release

BLOOMINGTON, IL - Nick Lindberg scored 4:40 into overtime to lift the Port Huron Icehawks to a thrilling 3-2 victory in Bloomington on Friday. Daniel Tetrault and Brandon Naurato assisted on the game winning goal that keeps second place Port Huron within two points of first place in the International Hockey League.

Port Huron tied the game in the third period when rookie Mickael Bedard extended his personal scoring streak to eight games with a goal at 4:47. Derek Patrosso and Steve Oleksy had assists. Each team had seven shots on goal in the third.

The teams traded second period goals, with Bloomington's Craig MacDonald scoring at 12:41 from Matt McIlvane and Zach Pearson. Port Huron's Naurato put the Icehawks on the board with his first goal of the season in his first game with the team. The goal came right off a faceoff in the Bloomington zone and was assisted by Lindberg, who picked up his 400th career point on the play. Shots in the second period were 13-11 in Port Huron's favor.

Bloomington's Matt McIlvane scored the only goal of the first period. McIlvane's goal, assisted by MacDonald, came 9:25 into the period to give the Thunder a 1-0 advantage. Shots favored Bloomington 11-10 in the first period of play.

Port Huron outshot Bloomington 31-29 overall. Icehawks goaltender Larry Sterling made 27 saves, while Bloomington's Andrew Martin stopped 29 shots. Both teams were scoreless on the power play.

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