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Georgetown Raiders look to get back in series tonight in Leamington

Team faces 2-0 series deficit heading into Game 3 this evening
Despite a strong 34-save performance by Finn Marshall on Saturday, the Georgetown Raiders now face a 2-0 series deficit against Leamington heading into Game 3 tonight.

After winning six straight road games to close the regular season, the Georgetown Raiders will be looking to start a new streak to get back into their Ontario Junior Hockey League series against the Leamington Flyers.

The Raiders, trailing 2-0 in their best-of-seven series, are in Leamington for Game 3 of the series tonight (Mar. 14).

Despite a 34-save performance by Raider goalie Finn Marshall, the Flyers edged Georgetown 2-0 Saturday. Leamington took the lead midway through the second and clung to that before icing the victory with an empty-net goal in the final seconds.

In the series opener Friday, Georgetown took an early 2-1 lead on goals by Connor Thomson-Dick and Brandon Kakei, but Leamington answered back with four goals in the final five minutes of the period. The Flyers added one more in the third period for a 6-2 win.

The Raiders are back home for Game 4 of the series at Mold-Masters SportsPlex Saturday at 7 p.m.