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Despite playing a player short for more than 88 minutes, the Sudbury Canadians held their own throughout the game. Sudbury Canadian’s striker Megan Schutt was ejected from the game at the eight minute mark on a questionable call in front of the Voltage goal.

The Voltage scored the lone goal at the 77 minute mark off of a shot from Marie Michelle Buch. The slippery ball squirted through the Canadian’s goalkeeper’s hands and trickled into the net.

Vermont’s goalkeeper Kristen Luckenbill proved to be one of the top players on the pitch making several key saves for the Voltage.

Games Statistics

Shots on Goal: Canadians 9 Voltage 5

Fouls: Canadians 7 Voltage 10

Corner Kicks: Canadians 9 Voltage 4

Goals: Canadians 0 Voltage 1

Head Coach: Frank Malvaso

“I think one of a coach’s worst nightmares is to loose a top striker to a red card in the offensive zone and especially so early in the game. None the less the team more than held their own defensively and offensively. We did have the scoring chances so we are not dissatisfied with our overall effort.

We have made improvements to the team this year but the real test will come against the Fury and Lynx later this month.”

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