The Toronto Six were in desperate need of a response coming into this weekend. After getting blown out in their last game by the Boston Pride 8-2, the team was surely feeling that instinct professional athletes feel when they get knocked down: don’t stay down.
This weekend’s pair of games were against the Metropolitan Riveters, and in Toronto as the Six were returning from their short road trip in Boston. The Rivs were coming into the weekend after a bye week and having split each of their weekends so far, winning one game and losing the other, for a total record of 2 wins and 2 losses.
At 3-2 so far, the Six were probably on paper the team with the better chances this past weekend.
Saturday December 11th vs. Metropolitan Riveters
The first period of this game went entirely scoreless. It got interesting though. Midway through the second period, after the Riveters got the lead first on a goal from their captain, the veteran Madison Packer, my personal favourite T6 player, Taylor Woods, tied the game up:
And just like that Taylor Woods answers right back! pic.twitter.com/7A9Ssshu9y
— PHF (@PHF) December 11, 2021
Then, later on in …
Author: Ryan Hobart / The Leafs Nation