2021-22 Playoff Finals Game 2 Recaps
by WCHL on June 12th, 2022

FINALLY BEATEN! It had to happen eventually, and it did when the Wolf Pack needed it most. The Seals undefeated streak came to end at the hand of the Wolf Pack in a 10-6 victory.
The game started out looking like an instant classic. With both goalies Dean Olivas and Ian Zurawski making timely saves to ensure their teams still had a chance. The Seals would find themselves looking to protect a 3-1 lead going into period number two.

Period two saw the Wolf Pack really start to put the pressure on. Their relentless approach kept them in the game as they peppered the Seals goalie with shots. The Wolf Pack put up a staggering 32 shots on goal in the second alone while the Seals could only put together 13. The Wolf Pack would win the lopsided period 4-3, but still be down 6-5 as a result.
 
And then came the deciding third. The Wolf Pack needed a big period to keep their season alive. Much like the previous round, they decided to show up most when it mattered. The Wolf Pack would continue their onslaught and the goals would pour on. They scored 3 goal in the first 15 minutes giving them a nice two goal lead. The Seals could barely get any traction going. In a last ditch effort to create some offense, the Seals pulled Dean Olivas on to offense, but it would go for naught as the Wolf Pack would add another two goals by Tristan Parent to wrap things up.

After a close two games there is no telling how things will turn out at this point. But one thing is for certain, we are going to game 3 again! The equivalent of a game 7 in our sport it will be a winner take all to crown this years' Jason Drapinski Memorial Cup champions.


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