Prowlers Take Shootout For Second-Straight Night

For the second night in a row, the Prowlers took down the Elmira River Sharks in a shootout. This time, the hero was Dalton Jay who walked it off in the bottom of the third round.

The goaltenders were strong throughout the game and it took until the second period to find a goal. Ross Bartlett knocked home a rebound that popped out into the slot for his third goal in as many games.

Cam Yarwood tied the score with a power play one-timer, taking a pass from Austin Pickford. 1:42 later, hard work below the goal line by Conor Foley and Tristan Simm got the puck loose and Simm found Evan Foley who settled the puck and fired a wrister past Sammy Bernard’s blocker.

Bret Parker tied things back up early in the third on a shorthanded breakaway after the puck bounced over Austin Fetterly’s stick at the Elmira blue line.

For the second straight night, Port Huron killed off a four-on-three power play in overtime and they got some chances but the game went to a shootout.

Conor Foley scored in the first round with a wicked wrister but Blake Peavey kept the skills competition alive in the top of the third. The next shooter was Jay who shot high over Bernard’s glove to win it.

Conor Foley added two assists to his shootout goal while Ian Wallace made 31 saves and went two for three in the shootout. He stopped five of six shootout attempts in the two games.

Bernard was credited with 40 stops and gave up two goals on three shootout attempts. The third attempt from Austin Fetterly hit the post.

The Prowlers face the top team in each division this upcoming weekend beginning with the Columbus River Dragons on March 28th at 7:05 P.M. Tickets are available at

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