continued CBA/J-D dominated the third period territorially and in shots (13-2), but the Lakers held firm.
“Our job was to hold a lead,” Major said. “I think we probably went a little too defensive, but it worked. And we’ll take the two points.”
McKie believes his team has the potential to have a lot of two-point nights this season. “We fought hard. We had some chances,” he said. “It’s frustrating but we’re going to be all right.”
Major liked the way both teams battled. “(CBA/J-D) played hard. We played hard. It’s what we thought would happen,” he said. “It was just a battle. A good physical game is always fun to watch.”
Skaneateles is not home again until Dec. 21, when it plays New Hartford. In the meantime, it has three road games, two of them next week as it visits the Morrisville State IcePlex to play Cazenovia on Tuesday and has a highly-anticipated rematch of last March's Section III final against defending champion Oswego on Dec. 14 at Crisafulli Rink.