Netminder Sean Sconone stole the show and the game for the Connecticut Hammerheads with a magnificent 22 save performance. The Boston Cannon collapsed in the second half after holding a three-goal cushion, 5-2 at the half.
It could have been much worse but Sconone made 15 saves. Ryan McNamara and Bradley Voigt scored quickly to draw the Hammerheads within one, 5-4.
The run was snuffed out when Kyle Jackson beat Sconone to stretch it back to a two goal affair. Boston started to self destruct with issues in the offensive end and made 10 turnovers.
The Hammerheads notched 2 goals in 3:23 for the margin of victory. Connecticut outlasts Boston to keep things interesting.
Boston needs a win over Denver or the Hammerheads to get the best of Chesapeake. If the Denver Outlaws and Chesapeake Bayhawks win, Boston is out of the playoffs.
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