Outlaws Outgun Cannons; Hounds Rally by Lizards for Road Win

The teams traded goals to start the second, as Pannell and Peet Poillon tallied two each before Brian Carroll stepped up to tie the game at 7-7. But shortly after, Joe Cinosky was called for pushing, giving Peyser the opportunity to tally a 2-point power-play goal and regain a two-point advantage for the Lizards. David Earl extended the lead to 10-7 at halftime with a late goal from long range.

The Hounds opened the third with back-to-back goals from Young and Lusby to cut the Lizards lead down to one, 10-9. But the Lizards responded with two-straight goals of their own by Gurenlian and Matt Gibson to carry a 12-9 lead into the final stanza.

Matt Sawyer got the fourth-quarter rally started for the Hounds, tallying back-to-back goals to make it a 12-11 game with 11:29 to play. Danowski scored the equalizer less than four minutes later, and Lusby's third goal of the night gave the Hounds their first lead, 13-12, since opening the game 1-0. Danowski's second goal came with just over two minutes remaining in the game to seal a 14-12 come-from-behind victory for the Hounds. Ghitelman finished the game with 10 saves, including four in the final quarter.

The Hounds (2-3) return home on Saturday, June 8 to face the Ohio Machine (0-4) for the first time this season. Faceoff is scheduled for 7:00 pm ET at American Legion Memorial Stadium.

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