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Dukes work OT for first win
2018 RBC Cup Recap: Monday, May 14
Jason La Rose
May 15, 2018

It was OT again at the RBC Cup on Monday night, and it was another quick finish – the Wellington Dukes needed less than a minute to complete the two-goal comeback and find their first win.

Ted McGeen added his name to the growing list of overtime heroes, scoring 59 seconds into the extra period to give the Dukes a win over the Pistons on Monday night. He took a drop pass from Andrew Rinaldi at the offensive blue-line and picked the top corner on the short side past Steinbach goaltender Matthew Radomsky.

It was the fourth time in five games overtime was needed, already a tournament record for one preliminary round. It also ties the overall tournament mark, including playoff games, set in 2014 and equalled last year.

“We’ve had to [battle back] it all season long. We have the ability to come out and start fast, but we have had some slow starts. It’s just a matter of getting our feet under us. We played two days ago, had a day off in between, and practiced twice since our first game. Just getting into the games, it seems like sometimes it’s a long wait. We get right back at it tomorrow night and can keep the momentum going.”
-- John Druce, head coach, Wellington Dukes

Wenatchee Wild 1-1-0-0 | 6GF 4GA | 5 points
Chilliwack Chiefs 0-1-1-0 | 5GF 5GA | 3 points
Ottawa Jr. Senators 0-1-1-0 | 5GF 5GA | 3 points
Wellington Dukes 0-1-1-0 | 4GF 4GA | 3 points
Steinbach Pistons 0-0-1-1 | 5GF 7GA | 1 point

Jasper Weatherby (Wenatchee) 2G 3A 5P
Will Calverley (Chilliwack) 4G 0A 4P
A.J. Vanderbeck (Wenatchee) 2G 2A 4P
Finn Evans (Ottawa) 2G 1A 3P
Eight players tied… 0G 2A 2P

Seth Eisele (Wenatchee) 1-0 / 1.09 GAA / .933 SV%
Jonah Capriotti (Wellington) 1-1 / 1.97 GAA / .927 SV%
Connor Hicks (Ottawa) 1-1 / 2.38 GAA / .909 SV%
Daniel Chenard (Chilliwack) 1-1 / 2.40 GAA / .917 SV%
Austin Park (Wenatchee) 1-0 / 2.75 GAA / .870 SV%

Ted McGeen – Wellington Dukes

Ottawa Jr. Senators vs. Wenatchee Wild (2 p.m. PT) – CLICK HERE for statistics and webcast
Wellington Dukes vs. Chilliwack Chiefs (7 p.m. PT) – CLICK HERE for statistics and webcast

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Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 / 403-510-7046 (mobile)


Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada


Spencer Sharkey
Coordinator, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4567 / 905-906-5327 (mobile)


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