Local pro hockey: Watertown Wolves bounce back, unseat Cornwall on road –

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Trailing 4-3 heading into the third period, Wolves’ team captain John Scully scored a power-play goal with 12:19 left before Kasek, making his debut with the team after signing with the squad earlier in the day, followed with the game-winner with Dallas Ingram and Stephen Gallo assisting on the goal.

Maxime Guyon tallied a goal and an assist for Cornwall (13-7), which dropped into second place in the league.

Tyler Gjurich recorded his second hat trick in as many nights for Watertown (12-13). Rookie goalie Cody Karpinski made 39 saves to record his third win of the year for the Wolves, who bounced back after losing to last-place North Shore, 5-4, on Friday.

CORNWALL, Ontario — Matyas Kasek scored with six minutes and seven seconds remaining in regulation for the deciding goal as the Watertown Wolves rallied to defeat the Cornwall Nationals, 5-4, on Saturday night in a Federal Hockey League game.


Scully also assisted on two goals and Anton Lennartsson and Matt Caranci each notched a pair of assists for Watertown, which went 3-for-5 on the power play.

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