Niagara Gazette


February 1, 2013

Bandits renew Toronto rivalry


Niagara Gazette — Smith will look to help sure up a struggling backend that includes goaltender Anthony Cosmo, who Kilgour named the starter against Toronto. The gaffes in the defensive zone have irked Kilgour, but the team is at least finding ways to win.

“Obviously, giving up 13 (goals) a game, I’m not real pleased with that,” Kilgour said. “We need to fix up the back door a little bit. But other than that, very pleased with the overall team so far.”

The Bandits will be without captain John Tavares, who will miss the game with a calf injury.

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