In this Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017 photo provided by Sabrina Leeder, a Brockville Angels player reaches out for the puck during a match against the Aurora Blueberries in the Midget Girls Hockey Tournament at the Brockville Memorial Center. Brockville was eliminated after ending up in a 2-2 tie in the final seconds of the game. (Sabrina Leeder via Newswatch Group)
BROCKVILLE – A goal with seconds left on the clock was the only undoing for the Brockville Angels during a weekend hockey tournament.
The Angels battled hard Saturday night against the Aurora Blueberries and had the upper hand on the visiting team, leading 2-1 in the final period.
But Aurora got an empty net goal with three seconds left on the clock, statistically eliminating the host team due to the 2-2 tie.
Aurora went on to play in the semifinals Sunday at the February Freeze Brockville Angels Midget Girls hockey tournament.
The games were played at the Brockville Memorial Center.
In this Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017 photo provided by Sabrina Leeder, the Brockville Angels goalie and a player scramble for the puck in a match against the Aurora Blueberries. The game ended in a 2-2 tie. (Sabrina Leeder via Newswatch Group)