The North Dundas Atom C1 Demons welcomed the Leeds Chargers to the Chesterville Arena on Sat., Feb. 2, in the UCMHL. The Demons’ forward, Sydney Robinson (11) scored a goal and an assist to help the Demons to a 5-3 victory. Moore photo
CHESTERVILLE—The North Dundas Atom C1 Demons played just a single game this past weekend as they welcomed the Leeds Chargers on Saturday morning.
Demons 5 Chargers 3
The North Dundas Atom C1 Demons welcomed the Leeds Chargers to the Chesterville Arena on Sat., Feb. 2, in the UCMHL. The Demons went into the game in sixth place in the standings, just three points back of the Smiths Falls’ Bears and the North Dundas C2 Demons, who were tied in fourth.
The Chargers opened the scoring just 14 seconds into the first period but the Demons evened the game when Jack Robinson fired one to the back of the net from John Nadobny and Jacob Miller at 1:13.
The Demons took their first lead of the game as Cody Lesage slapped one home from Sydney Robinson at 7:45. The Demons took a two-goal lead when Lesage blasted one home with just 49 seconds remaining in the opening frame unassisted. The Demons took a 3-1 lead into the second period.
The Chargers got to within one at 3:13 of the second period and tied the game at 6:14. The teams took a three-all draw into the third period.
The Demons retook the lead when Jack Robinson scored his second of the game from Michael Dean just 41 seconds into the third. The Demons restored their two-goal lead when Robert Scott tagged one from Aiden LeClair at 9:05.
The Demons killed the rest of the period off taking the game 5-3. Picking up the win in the Demons’ goal was Matthew Seguin.