Milton Menace clicking on all cylinders with win over Haliburton County Huskies

Milton, Ontario, Canada / FM101 Milton Now

The Milton Menace were able to stop a mid-game comeback in its tracks and get the win on Tuesday night.

It was the Menace versus the Haliburton County Huskies at the S͘G Nesbit Memorial on Tuesday, October 24th with 475 people in attendance. Captain Connor Driscoll opened the scoring at the 11:23 mark in the first period. His powerplay goal was assisted by Alexander Siletsky and Sett Ursomarzo. The Menace took that 1-0 lead into the first intermission.

Ivan Fabjan then opened the second period with a shorthanded goal, assisted by Nicholas Wereha. The Huskies were able to score two unanswered goals in the middle of the period before Gavin Sheehan opened the door. His go-ahead goal was also assisted by Siletsky and Ursomarzo. Milton led 3-2 after 40-minutes of action.

In the third period, the Menace ran away with the game. Driscoll potted his second of the game and his tenth goal of the season. It was assisted by Graeme Macauley and Justin O’Donnell. To put the bow on the game, Wereha buried an empty netter, assisted by Fabjan. Milton beat Haliburton County 5-2.

The Menace had the starter in net for the game. Glen Crandall was busy all night, stopping 40 of 42 shots. That’s good for a .952% save percentage. He’s now 9-3-1 through 13 games, with a stellar .927% save percentage on the season.

This win puts the Menace at 13-3-1-0 in 17 games this OJHL regular season. They are sitting at 27 points, good for second in the West Conference behind the Collingwood Blues (30 points in 16 games) in both the conference and the league.

Next up is a home game for the Menace on Friday, October 27th. They take on the Caledon Admirals at the Milton Memorial Arena. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m. Milton Menace home tickets for this OJHL season can be found here.

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