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Reign Fall to Thunder, 4-3

by Staff Writer / Los Angeles Kings
ONTARIO, Calif. – The Ontario Reign, proud affiliate of the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings, fell to the Stockton Thunder, 4-3, before 5,797 fans at Citizens Business Bank Arena Sunday evening.


Stockton put up the initial point of the game with a goal by Chris Lawrence at 1:48 of the opening period.  Alex Bourret responded with his second goal in as many nights at 3:55.  Jordan Hill’s stretch pass put Bourret on a breakaway which he converted with a low snap shot to tie it at one.  Jordan Fulton’s goal at 6:22 re-established a one-goal lead for Stockton, 2-1.

Jordan Foreman made it a 3-1 Thunder lead at 14:29 of the second period with a short-handed goal, but drew a delay of game penalty just seconds later and the Reign capitalized on the two-man advantage.  Kyle Kraemer tipped Hill’s pass past Thunder netminder Dan Tormey at 15:30 to cut the Stockton lead to 3-2.

The Reign and Thunder traded power-play goals early in the third, with Lawrence scoring for Stockton 39 seconds into the frame and Hill answering with a one-timer at 5:24.  However, it was as close as the Reign would get, as they fell to the Thunder by a score of 4-3.

Mike Zacharias stopped 34 shots in the loss, while Tormey turned aside 26 for the win..

Tonight’s three stars were:

1) STK – Chris Lawrence
2) ONT – Jordan Hill
3) ONT – Kyle Kraemer
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