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We didn’t come out ready to play, said winger Jack Kopacka, who opened the scoring with 3.8 seconds left in the opening period, helping the Hounds improve to 43 5 2 1 before 4,135 at Essar Centre. shouldn’t concern us at this point because there’s lots of season left. But we know we have to be better. playing well enough to win, but not as well as we should be.
Their next trip begins Thursday in St. Catharines against the IceDogs.
Raddysh’s first goal against his former teammates gave the Soo a 2 0 lead early in the third period.
Emmett Sproule trimmed the Otters deficit to 2 1 before Raddysh notched his 25th of the season, and 10th in 11 games with the Hounds, with 4:08 left in regulation.
However, the visitors weren’t done.
Former Greyhounds centre Hayden Fowler, part of the deal that brought Raddysh and rearguard Jordan Sambrook here, made it 3 2 with the Erie net empty and only 4.2 seconds remaining.
Fowler drove the net, took a feed from Stephane Patry and beat netminder Matt Villalta. had no shot generation in the second. We did a lot of nothing in the second period. liked our game better than Friday’s.
Asked about beating Murphy high to the glove side with two nifty shots, Raddysh said: score a lot of my goals there. It’s a prime shooting area for me.
Despite the setback, Otters head coach Chris Hartsburg liked the way in which his team toe to toe with the Greyhounds. really happy with our effort and Murphy was really good. He’s been really good and he fits the mould of what we want to be.