Cross-town rivals settle for a draw at McGill

New Concordia member Philippe Ozga got his second start in a row Wednesday night as the Redmen played host to the Stingers at the McConnell arena for a 2-2 tie. With only one point separating the two teams, second place was up for grabs.
Ozga and his teammates started strong, but were not able to take advantage of their three power plays. That boosted the Redmen, and after failing to capitalize on a two-man advantage, Jocelyn Perreault got a lucky bounced that squeezed through the netminder’s pads with less than 20 seconds left in the first.
At the beginning of the second, Concordia got a chance to even things up with a power play, but were not able to put one by goaltender Beno


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