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Pee Wee Majors Hold 1st Place In Bluewater!
Submitted By jdeluca on Friday, October 14, 2011
The Stars enjoyed a well deserved Thanksgiving Day break after two impressive wins over Belle River and Chatham.  The Stars rallied from a 2 goal deficit against Southpoint,  escaping with a 2-2 tie, after scoring two late third period goals. The Stars followed the Capitals, with a dominating 3-1 performance at Belle River against the previously unbeaten Canadiennes. Chatham was up next, and unfortunately for the Maroons, they ran into a red-hot Amherstburg team who controlled the tempo of the game at both ends of the ice,  resulting in an impressive 5-1 victory.

The win against the Chatham squad catapulted the Stars into possession of first place in the Bluewater League.   Up next for the Stars, are 2 road games Friday night against Southpoint, and Saturday night at Essex.  We are back in town Sunday afternoon for a tilt against Erie Shores.
There is no rest for the Stars, as they will follow this weekend’s games with a Tuesday night affair at home against the Riverside Rangers.  

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