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Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Mustangs Sweep the Weekend Series

By mustang news, 11/01/15, 1:00AM CST


0.5 Seconds is Enough

It was a pretty good weekend if you are a Mustang fan. With the Mustangs winning in Nipawin on Friday night it gave the Mustangs the chance to take both games on the weekend.

With about three minutes left and down 3-1 it was looking pretty bleak but with Richard Palmer on the bench Miles Warkentine got us closer with 1:22 to go. Now things were getting interesting. 

With the Mustangs on the power play and Richard Palmer on the bench again, Travis Mayan scored with just 0.5 seconds on the clock. Yup 0.5 seconds was all that was left and the Mustangs had tied the game. The officials talked about it for awhile and decided to count the goal. It was the right decision as you can see in the hi-lite below there was 0.5 seconds left.

So off to overtime we go. Travis Mayan had a great chance to end it when he rang the puck of the post. Richard Palmer came up with a couple of great saves to give Kalem Zary the chance to tip home a point shot and there you have it a 4-3 overtime win by the Mustangs.

Check out tonight's hi-lites below. There is a problem with the audio being out of sync by five seconds for some reason. I have sent a note to fasthockey to see if that can be fixed before the next game.

1. Sobkowicz, (3) (Boutin, Houston), 2:59  
3. Warkentine, (3) (Frei), 18:38  
3. Mayan, (17) , 19:59 (PP)  
OT1. Zary, (5) (Berggren, Boyer), 3:35