The visiting Niagara IceDogs took game three of the Rogers Eastern Conference Championship 5-2 over the Ottawa 67's.
It was the 67's who, were without starting goaltender Petr Mrazek, that got on the board first. Tyler Graovac put a wrist shot up high short side on Visentin. It was the only goal of the first as Michael Nishi, who was making his first start since March 18th stopped all 10 shots he faced in the period.
Mitchell Theoret wasted little time in the second scoring just 20 seconds into the period evening up the score at 1. Dalton Smith but the 67's back on top with his second shorthanded goal of the series. And, Dougie Hamilton's long wrist shot fooled Nishi to even things up once again heading into the third.
The IceDogs once again got off to a quick start in the third. This time Theoret scored just 13 seconds into the period. Andrew Agozzino got some insurance just over a minute later and Mark Visentin shut the door the rest of the way.
The 67's pulled their goalie late in the game while on the power play. Visentin picked up the dump in behind his net and launched a high shot down the ice into the empty net giving him a shorthanded tally. The IceDogs lead the series 3-2. Watch the highlights.