Bulldogs earn big 5-1 road win in Rhode Island

Zander Lizotte and Jackson Sidford each pick up a goal and assist while Alex Ramsay stops 26 of 27

MIDDLETOWN, RI –The Bulldogs got up early in this one with a Zander Lizotte (Scarborough, ME) powerplay goal from the blue line. Assists went to Tyler Gaulin (Kingston, NH) and Chris Dowd (Danville, NH). Three minutes later, Jackson Sidford (Newburyport, MA) collected a Tucker Smith (South Berwick, ME) feed and deked the goalie for a backhand finish. After St. George’s scored a powerplay goal of their own, a Dragons player made a tough turnover in front of their cage and Ryan Gaulin (Kingston, NH) finished for a powerplay goal with one second remaining in the first.
 
The second period was all Alex Ramsay (Yarmouth, ME). Despite being outshot in this one, the Bulldogs always maintained a comfortable lead thanks to Ramsay’s 26 saves. Jack Merecki (Stratham, NH) provided the knock-out punch when he collected a breakaway pass from Sidford on the penalty kill a beat the Dragons’ tender. Before the period was over, Paddy Condon (South Berwick, ME) forced a neutral zone turnover and dished to Lizotte. Lizotte then went in 3-on-1 and found Brady Desjardins (Westbrook, ME) on the backdoor for the tap-in. Curtis Wirbal (Merrimack, NH) finished the game off in net for the Bulldogs, turning aside all five shots he faced. The Bulldogs are back in action on Wednesday as they travel up to Hebron in a must win game.
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