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Tigers have bite in third period

Photo by Rob Grandy.
STU's Renata Mastna struggles to get a piece of the puck. |Photo by Rob Grandy.

Even when frustration seeps in, the third period seems to work magic for the Dalhousie Tigers women’s hockey team.

After being shutout in the first two periods, Dal was able to make their second third period comeback in as many days, pulling through with a well-fought 4 – 3 win against the St. Thomas Tommies Jan. 8 on home ice. The Tigers, which lost 4 – 3 in overtime opposite Moncton the day before, snapped a three-game losing streak with their first win over St. Thomas. Dal now has a 1 – 1 record this season against St. Thomas.

Thanks to Dal’s four-goal performance, the Tigers have leaped ahead of St. Thomas in the standings. The Tigers are seeded fifth in the AUS with 10 points.

For an extended recap of the game, check the Jan. 13 edition of the Dalhousie Gazette.

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