Lynx lose again

By: staff reports
By: staff reports

CHARLESTON, SC---The Augusta Lynx played well enough to win on Tuesday night in Charleston, South Carolina... through the first 40 minutes anyway. However, it was the final 20 minutes that would elude the Lynx on this night as the Stingrays poured in three goals in the 3rd period to win going away, 5-2.

The Lynx got off on the right foot, as Matt Auffrey scored his 20th goal of the season tipping in a power play goal with assists to Adrian Veideman and Eric Lundberg. It was the first time in the last seven games the Lynx have scored the first goal of the game.

South Carolina answered back early in the 2nd period as Chris Chaput collected a loose rebound in front after a save from Gerald Coleman to make it 1-1. The Lynx went back up 2-1, again on the power play with a one-timer goal from Matt Christie, his 10th of the season with help from Lundberg and Ryan Dingle. The Stingrays answered back yet again with a one-timer goal from Tre nt Campbell to tie the game at 2-2 after two periods.

The 3rd period was all Stingrays, as Paul McIlveen, Grant McNeil, and Chris Chaput all scored 3rd period goals to defeat the Lynx 5-2. The Lynx mounted a couple of offensive chances, but Stingrays goaltender Davis Parley stopped all 11 Lynx shots in the final frame to preserve the win. South Carolina now holds a 4-3 advantage over the Lynx this season.

South Carolina outshot the Lynx 35-29 for the game. The Lynx went 2 for 5 on the power play, while the Stingrays went 1 for 4. is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

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