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Princeton Posse out for the season

The Princeton Posse's season has come to an end, with a 5-4 loss to the Kelowna Chiefs at a home game on March 12.

Game 5 was scoreless until five minutes into the second period, when Posse Spencer Kristensen, assisted by Brett Perrine, scored.

The Kelowna Chiefs tied the game four minutes later, but 25 seconds later Princeton broke the tie with a goal by Jaden Janzen (assisted by Keenan Ford).

Soon after, Posse Justin Moltzahn was tripped in front of the Kelowna goal and was given a penalty shot.

Moltzahn didn't make the shot, but broke the 2-all tie at the beginning of the third (assisted by  Adrian Coulter and Kevin Ramundo).

The Chiefs scored at 14:42 in the third, but the Posse broke the 3-all tie seven minutes later when Eric Schmidt scored.

Kelowna tied the game again with only one minute to go, causing the game to go into overtime. The Chiefs scored the winning goal at 4:42, leading to the team winning the second semi-final round 4-1.

 

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