Trenton gets the best of the Chiefs in the third period of Game One.
Ryan Munce allowed 4 goals on 42 shots in the loss. Geoff Waugh and Jean Desrochers had the Johnstown goals. Grant Jacobsen, Dimitri Tarabrin and Marek Kvapil had assists. Johnstown battled back from a 2-0 first period hole to tie the game at 2-2 after 40 minutes, but were unable to get a lead against the Titans. Trenton takes a 1-0 series lead.
TREN Mondou, (1) (Bertoli, Haggett), 10:22 (PP)
TREN Tremblay, (1) (Capraro, Haggett), 0:56
JHN Waugh, (1) (Jacobsen, Tarabrin), 7:32
JHN Desrochers, (1) (Kvapil), 8:49
TREN Bertoli, (1) (Mondou, Haggett), 2:50
TREN Pandolfo, (1) (Morrison), 12:08
Game sheet from ECHL.com.
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