Killer Bees sting four times in the second to take game three in Stratford


The Alvinston Killer Bees will bring a 2-1 series lead back home for game four of the best-of-seven Western Ontario Super Hockey League semi-final on Sunday night in Alvinston.

The Bees blanked the Fighting Irish, 6-0 Saturday in Stratford to take the lead in the series.

Following a scoreless first period, the Bees scored four times in the second period and added two more in the final frame.

Ethan Lamoureaux broke the ice early in the second period before James McEwan and Brennan Feasey scored less than a minute apart to increase Alvinston’s lead to three. Lamoureaux scored his second of the game with just six seconds left in the period. Carson Perry and Aidan Preuter added third period power play goals for the winners. McEwan had three assists.

Nolan DeKoning turned aside 35 shots for the shutout as the home team outshot the Bees, 35-27.