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November 30, 2012

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In the Dogs\' house
November 30, 2012

The Bulldogs closed out the month of November by going up against the AHL’s top team with a visit to the Abbotsford Heat. The game marked veteran NHLer, Mike Commodore’s debut with the ‘Dogs, while Louis Leblanc, out for the past few weeks with an ankle injury made his return to the lineup. Unfortunately, adding both players into the mix didn’t yield immediate results for the Bulldogs who dropped their tilt with the high-flying Heat, 5-1. Gabriel Dumont stood out as the only Hamilton player to light the lamp, potting a shorthanded goal in the game’s third frame.

Scoring Summary:
1st Period:
1. ABB – Ben Street – 5 – (Sven Baertschi, Paul Byron) – 6:50 (PP)
2. ABB – Ben Walter – 4 – (T.J. Brodie) – 7:22 (PP)

2nd Period:
3. ABB – Quintin Laing – 4 – (Brett Olson, Ben Street) – 4:03
4. ABB – Roman Horak – 11 – (TJ. Brodie, Ben Walter) – 8:12 (PP)

3rd period:
5. HAM – Gabriel Dumont – 3 – 3:42 (SH)
6. ABB – Steve McCarthy – 2 – (Dustin Sylvester) – 6:34 (PP)