Maroons Comeback To Win

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Bryce Yetman scores the tying goal for the Chatham Maroons Sunday night against LaSalle – Photo by Wyatt Williams/

The Chatham Maroons needed a third period push, including two special teams goals, to comeback to beat the LaSalle Vipers 4-3 in overtime Sunday.

Trailing 3-1 in the third period, Josh Supryka finished the comeback for Chatham in overtime to cap off the 4-3 victory on home ice.

Bryce Yetman had two goals for Chatham including the tying goal, scored shorthanded midway through the third period.

Dane Johnston had the other Maroons goal, a power play marker in the third to start the comeback.

Ryan Wagner made 23 saves in net for Chatham.

Chatham will face St. Marys on the road this Friday, before hosting St. Thomas Sunday.

The Maroons currently sit sixth in the GOJHL Western Conference, two points back of LaSalle and three points behind both St. Thomas and Sarnia.

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