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Rhys Duch and Cody Jamieson scored in the third period for Six Nations while the defense held Brampton to 0 goals on 12 shots. But the Chiefs couldn't get over the hump and they head into tonight's Game 3 with the knowledge that the series is essentially starting over.

a bit at the end of the second and the third period started with Clay Hill (Brampton) and Rory Smith (Six Nations) receiving game misconducts. Dylan Evans also got the boot for Brampton and Mike Kirk Nike Air Vapormax Utility Triple Black (Brampton) and Colin Doyle (Six Nations) each were slapped with 2 minutes and 10 minutes for unsportsmanlike conduct.

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"I don't want to blame it on the offence because playoffs, some games are tight and you don't know what's going to happen," said Kilgour. "It was a great third period by the D especially being two men short. Gotta give Cody Jamieson some credit, we actually ran him out the back door for a while and he did fine. The boys battled back and got it within one and what did we hit, three posts? A couple of breaks here and there, who knows? We've got to come out a bit better than that and we've got to score more than five goals."

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guy slide and Joey (Resetarits) was able to put a couple in and that was kind of the game after that little run there and we were able to hold on," said Dawson.

Following a Game 1 performance that resulted in a 12 3 loss, Brampton traded goals with Six Nations and when Stephan Leblanc scored at 6:46 of the second period for a 3 2 lead, the Excelsiors responded with zeal. Joe Resetarits scored a power play goal then added a short handed marker before John McClure and Walters scored to wrap up a 4 0 run.

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Brampton turns to defense to even up M

By their own admission, anything less than a full effort will cost the Brampton Excelsiors. That was evident in a Game 1 loss to Six Nations on Saturday, so last night, the Excels buckled down and took care of business. The result was a 6 5 victory at home and a 1 1 tie in their Major Series Lacrosse playoff series. "We have to work hard every shift," Brampton defender Paul Dawson told ILIndoor. "If we take 5 or 10 minutes off it's going to cost us . We have to give 100% and it showed tonight. We gave a hundred all game and we were able to hold on." Joe Walters' trickling goal as the shot clock expired at 19:19 of the second period proved to be the winner, and Brampton withstood a late Six Nations rally to put the series back at ground zero heading into tonight's Game 3.

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of our best O guys. Kirk's one of their best D guys, but I still think we lost that one," Six Nations coach Rich Kilgour said. "I'm just a little disappointed to in the refs. They told us between periods that it was going to be an evened up situation but then we get two guys kicked out and they only get one guy kicked out. Then I get an apology at the end of the game but that didn't make me feel any better."

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