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Giants Give Cardiff A Devil Of A Time

The Stena Line Belfast Giants made it two away wins in as many days over the Cardiff Devils with Sunday’s 4-1 victory. Giants goals came from Ben Lake, Patryk Wronka, Brian Ward and Liam Reddox.

Following Saturday’s frantic clash in Cardiff – the Giants dominated on Sunday to leapfrog the Devils in the Elite League standings.

Belfast now lie in third place with 22 points from 17 games, one point behind the Glasgow Clan in first place with 23 points from 18 games.

Shane Owen started in the Belfast net, posting an impressive 41 saves, with the Giants missing Andrew Dickson and Curtis Hamilton.

Giants And Devils Exchange Opening Blows

Just as in Saturday’s encounter – the Giants opened the scoring in Cardiff on the powerplay. Pat Mullen fed the puck to Jordan Smotherman whose shot rebounded off Ben Bowns and into the path of Ben Lake who cooly slotted home at 7:09.

The Devils hit back with a powerplay goal of their own at 14:43 when Joey Martin’s pass across the face of the Giants goal was hammered home by Mike McNamee.

Giants Take Control

It was the visitors who would strike the next blow. Curtis Leonard shipped the puck to Patryk Wronka on the blueline with the forward turning and firing past Bowns in the Cardiff goal at 30:01.

Brian Ward extended the Giants lead right at the end of the middle period. David Goodwin skated the puck behind the goal and provided a classy assist for Ward to slot low between Bowns pads at 39:47.

Reddox Seals Win

Belfast rounded off the scoring to take a three goal lead early in the final period when Bobby Farnham found Liam Reddox all alone in the Cardiff zone and he finished well when one-on-one with Bowns at 43:58.

Final Score
Cardiff Devils 1-4 Stena Line Belfast Giants

Giants Player of the Game
#50 Shane Owen (41 Saves)

Photography
Dave Williams

Next Up?

Next up for the Giants are three away games in five days. First up is the Sheffield Steelers on Wednesday, face-off 7:30pm and live on FreeSports TV, before Saturday and Sunday in Scotland against the Fife Flyers and Dundee Stars respectively.

The Giants next home games are against the Sheffield Steelers on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th December – when the organisation will be celebrating their 20th anniversary. Tickets are now on sale at Ticketmaster.ie.

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