Red Deer College Kings fall in double overtime

Grant MacEwan’s Mulder scores OT winner with 56 seconds to play in second overtime frame

Griffins 3 Kings 2 (2OT)

PENHOLD – The RDC Kings came within a whisker of sweeping a weekend doubleheader from the Alberta Colleges Men’s Hockey League leading MacEwan University Griffins.

But Taylor Mulder’s goal with 36 seconds remaining in the third period put an end of those thoughts.

Mulder tied the game at 2-2 and the Griffins eventually took a 3-2 victory, scoring with 56 seconds remaining in the second overtime, which is three-on-three.

The Kings, who beat the Griffins 5-4 in Edmonton Friday, grabbed a 2-1 lead in the first period on a pair of goals by Ben Williams, sandwiched around a marker by Michael Roberts.

Mike Salmon was solid in goal for RDC with 29 saves while Marc-Olivier Daigle made 27 for the Griffins, who are 7-3-1-0 on the season. RDC is sixth in the league at 2-5-2-1.

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