The Braves Take Game 6
The Brockville Braves are still in the game.
Taking a 4-2 win over the Ottawa Junior Senators the team has tied up the semi-final playoff series 3-3.Both teams took two goals in the second period, but with two goals in the third the Braves were able to clinch it.
Speaking to JR FM from the game, Captain Andrew Jarvis says he's on a high right now but Game 7 is in his sights.
"We wanted it more and it showed and we're going to have to do it again tomorrow. The exact same repeat game," he says. "There's going to be a wicked atmosphere, there's going to be nerves but that's what we all live for."
And great hockey was not the only thing on the ice last night. Tributes to the Humboldt Broncos killed and injured in Friday’s collision were also remembered with a moment of silence.
One dollar for every ticket sold will also be going to the Broncos Go Fund Me page. Along with the extra cash donations the team raised over $1,300 Tuesday night.
Humboldt Broncos being remembered tonight. Fans wearing red and yellow pins and City Hall book of condolences being signed as people filter in. $1 from every ticket will be donated. pic.twitter.com/zzVjwv8U7G— Kimberley N Johnson (@KimberleyNJ) April 10, 2018
Capitan Andrew Jarvis says the team hopes that the Broncos know Brockville is thinking about them.
"It's what a small town like Brockville does and I'm glad they all came out for an exciting game, and more importantly to raise funds for those that desperately need it."
The Braves and the Ottawa Junior Senators square off against each other in Game 7 Wednesday night.
Nothing as glorious as your typical Hollywood blockbuster fight scene.
Imagine being a passenger sitting on the right side of the plane and staring at the runway almost in front of you as the plane lands. Scary!
This cannabis shop is ready for tomorrow. Aren't these images of Canada absolutely spectacular?!