Cyclones storm back, beat Komets in Cincinnati

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CINCINNATI (WPTA21) — The Komets got a lucky break on a goal that put them up 4-1 in the third period. The luck ran out shortly after that.

The Cyclones rallied in the third period, scoring four straight goals to net a 5-4 victory over the visiting Komets.

Mason Baptista scored a pair of goals in the first period, each coming on assists from Jake Kamrass and Jamie Schaafsma.

Cincinnati got a score from Jesse Schultz in the second, but the Komets answered with a power play goal from Phelix Martineau to restore a two-goal lead heading into the third.

Then came Sean Flangan’s goal, a shot that ricocheted off the body of a Cyclones player.

That 4-1 lead held for a while, but Cincinnati got two goals in a 20 second window to make it 4-3 midwaythrough the period.

Brady Vail tied it at the 4:42 mark, and Kurt Gosselin delivered the winning goal with 18 seconds remaining.

The Komets now head to Brampton to face the Beast on Saturday and Sunday.

Zach Groth

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