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Home and Season Opener, May 10th, 2016
Submitted By akafadar on Thursday, May 12, 2016
In the inaugural season and home opener, Tuesday May 10th, the 2016 Cambridge Chiefs welcomed rivals, Milton Mavericks to Galt Arena where the team rallied for an outstanding 9-1 win.   In the first period, returning to Cambridge, the first goal was made by Ryan Nagel, followed by Mat Walsh, Conor Sharkey, Zack Taylor and 1st year player, Luke Kivell.   The second period Conor Sharkey and Hayden Kafadar scored for the team.  Finally in the third, Madison Kooting scored and with 5 minutes to go, Hayden Kafadar scored the final goal of the game for Cambridge.  Assists Madison Kooting (2), Ryan Hall, Conor Sharkey, Luke Kivell (2), Mat Walsh (2), Ray Murphy and Rob Sarrazin.  And all with just 3 minutes of penalties!

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