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by Brad Aubin
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After tough losses last week, the Lynx sharpened their claws and came back strong this past weekend, earning two important wins and a boost of confidence.

The first game was right here at home on Friday, as they hosted the South Muskoka Shield. The game doubled as a Community Living night, with the Lynx hosting over 75 of the local organization’s clients.

“We really wanted to give them a show... and that’s exactly what we did,” beams Lynx representative Mathieu Gaudette. “It was a great hockey game for us from start to finish. We struck first with a beautiful top corner goal by Sam Vigneux, as well as the second goal which ended up being the game winner from Justin Gibeault.”

The Shield scored their lone goal in the second, and was unable to comeback from the 2-goal deficit set early by the Lynx.

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