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McIsaac OT Hero as Bulldogs Force Game 6

Brady McIsaac was the hero as he scored at 17:51 of the 1st OT to deliver the Bulldogs a 3-2 OT win over the Surrey Eagles and force Game 6 at the Dawg Pound on Monday night.

McIsaac also opened the scoring all the way back at the 4:48 mark of the 1st period when he scored on the PP.

The Eagles would get the lone goal of the 2nd period when Caden Cranston tied the game with his 6th of the post-season at 12:35.

Minutes later the Bulldogs thought they had re-taken the lead when a loose puck squirted out from a goal mouth scramble and was put home.  The officials ruled the whistle had blown in advance of the puck going in the net to keep things deadlocked, much to the frustration of the Bulldogs bench and staff.

In the 3rd period, the Bulldogs got a picture perfect start as Hayden Stavroff one-timed home his league leading 11th of the post season to put the Bulldogs up 2-1.

The celebration was short-lived as Massimo Fazio evened things up with a bit of a fluky goal that went up and over a surprised Callum Tung at 3:16.

Tung was sensational yet again for the Bulldogs as he stopped 45 of 47 in the dramatic win, while Eagles goaltender Jaiden Sharma stopped 23 of 26 in the loss.

The Bulldogs now head home for Game 6 right in the same place they were one year ago in the Coastal Semifinals against the Eagles.  A year ago the crowd was electric for Game 6 and there is nobody expecting Monday to deliver anything less.

The Box office will open for in-person sales at 10:00 am, or you can buy online beginning at 8am by visiting the Bulldogs website.  Season tickets holders will have until Midnight tomorrow to pick up their seats before they are released to the general public on Monday.