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Graovac's goal with nine seconds left leads 67's to 4-3 win over Kingston

Tuesday, 01.01.2013 / 5:14 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Graovac's goal with nine seconds left leads 67's to 4-3 win over Kingston

KINGSTON, Ont. - Tyler Graovac scored his second goal of the game with nine seconds left in regulation and the Ottawa 67's defeated the Kingston Frontenacs 4-3 in Ontario Hockey League action Tuesday afternoon.

Graovac added an assist and was one of three 67's to record a three-point night. Michal Cajkovsky and Remy Giftopoulos each added a goal and two assists.

Ryan Kujawinski, Cody Alcock and Sam Povorozniouk scored for Kingston.

Jacob Blair made 34 saves for Ottawa (11-25-3).

Colin Furlong stopped 28 saves for Kingston (18-17-2).

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