On Saturday evening the Canton High School Bulldogs travelled to Attleboro to take on Bombardiers. From start to finish Canton spent a lot of time in the offensive zone but the Attleboro goaltender had a phenomenal game, turning aside every Bulldogs shot except one. The Bulldogs did struggle in one category of the game and that was staying out of the penalty box. Canton found themselves in the box often as they finished the game with a total of 7 penalties. Since the Bulldogs found themselves penalty killing for a good portion of the game, it took a way a lot of momentum that they had gained from scoring chances. The Bulldogs put up over 50 shots on the Attleboro goaltender but couldn’t bury a goal until the final three minutes. The score was still tied 0-0 when Timmy Kelleher fed a backhand saucer pass to Shane Marshall who then went top shelf from his back hand to score. The Bulldogs played lockdown defense in the final two minutes to help Joe Cammarata earn his first shutout of the season. The Canton Bulldogs improved to 5-0-2 on the season and will take on the Mansfield Hornets to complete their first road trip of 2020.
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