(Bradford, ON, Jan 12, 2015)

At the BWG Leisure Centre in Bradford, Ontario, the first place Greater Metro Hockey League’s Tottenham Steam visited the Bradford Rattlers on January 11th. In 2014 – 2015 season head to head record, the Steam leads the Rattlers with four wins to two heading into Sunday’s game. Tottenham has scored Bradford 28 – 19 to the six games so far this season.

Scoring the lone goal in the first period was Tottenham’s Dalton Anderson sinking his 12th of the season to give the Steam a 1 – 0 lead at 9:17 of the period with helpers from Ferdinando Colella and Braden Kavaratzis. Bradford’s Mikko Lindbom of the Rattlers evened the game 1 – 1 at 3:27 of the second with assists from Gustav Larsson and Peter Kumlin.

Five minutes later, Rattler Austin Grawburger scored the goal ahead goal at 8:27 of the second with contributors from Oscar Lande and Joshua Willebborg of Bradford. On a Bradford power play, Oscar Lande found the back of the Steam’s net to give the Rattlers a 3 – 1 lead at 15:39 of the second period. Willenborg and Kenneth Lindell assisted on Lande goal. Sinking his second of the game at 5:24 of the final period Oscar Lande added to the Rattlers lead to bring the score to 4 – 1 with help from Duncan Cameron and Rasmus Brunnberg.

Tottenham’s Brandon Gaudette found the back of Bradford’s net at 10:09 of the third for his 30th of the season with assists from Colella and Stephan Brozovsky. Sinking his second of the game was the Steam’s Dalton Anderson with a pass from Tottenham’s David Savery. Handing the Steam their second straight loss in two evenings, the Rattlers scored their fifth goal of the game with 1:29 left in the third with a goal from Sebastian Karlsson-Hoglund. Rasmus Brunnberg and Oscar Lande had the helpers on Karlsson-Hoglund’s goal.

The Rattlers will be back in Bradford on Sunday January 18th when they take to the ice at 7:30 p.m against the Temiscaming Titans in GMHL action.