The Hamilton Bulldogs couldn’t get past the Greyhound’s goalie, dropping a 4-1 decision to Sault Ste.Marie Saturday night.
Neither team had very many chances to start the game, but the Greyhounds grabbed the first goal halfway through the first.
Hamilton’s was quick to respond. Michael Cramarossa scored thirty-seven seconds later to tie things up at 1-1. However, that would be Hamilton’s only goal of the game.
The Soo came back, re-taking the lead 2-1 to end the first.
The Bulldogs out shot Sault Ste.Marie 16-14 in the second, but it would be the Greyhounds who capitalized on a power-play. The Dogs went to the dressing room down 3-1 after two periods.
Hamilton started the third period with two men in the penalty box. The Greyhounds struck quickly on the 5 on 3, taking a 4-1 lead less than 20 seconds into the third.
Sault Ste.Marie shutdown the Bulldogs offense for the rest of the night.
With the loss, the Bulldogs season record drops to 12-7-3-0 with their road record dropping to 8-5.