Niagara Gazette


March 1, 2013

Bandits fall in OT


Niagara Gazette — “Now we’re closer to Toronto,” Wings’ head coach Johnny Mouradian said. “The key for us tonight was to obviously win the tiebreaker. We know that’s going to help us.”

Bandits’ leading scorer Shawn Williams paced the team’s offense, scoring twice and adding four assists. Luke Wiles had three goals and an assist. He has nine points in his last three games.

“It’s always good when you get production from guys,” Kilgour said in regards to Wiles’ recent offense. “We need some other guys to step up too.”

NLL all-time leading scorer John Tavares, in just his second game since returning from an injury, finished with three assists.

The Bandits will look to get back in the win column when they host the Colorado Mammoth at 7:30 on March 9.

“The next game’s always more important than the last game,” Kilgour said.

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