Burrards now trail 3-1 in Mann Cup

Fall 9-7 for second straight game.

The Maple Ridge fell behind 3-1 in the Mann Cup after a second straight loss to the Six Nations Chiefs on Tuesday.

The Chiefs scored an empty-netter to secure another 9-7 win in Ohsweken, Ont.

Ben McIntosh had three goals and two assists for the Burrards. Dan Taylor added a goal and three assists. Jarrett Davis, Connor Goodwin and Luke Gillespie each had a goal and an assist, while Frank Scigliano made 41 saves.

The Burrards outshot Six Nations 51-49, while both teams were 0-2 on the powerplay.

Game 5 on Wednesday, 8 p.m. at Iroquois Lacrosse Arena.

 

 

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