Injury Forces Otters To Put Forward In Net

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Injury forces Otters to put forward in net

Tyson Teichmann was, at the same time, rooting for and commiserating with his old Erie Otters teammate.

The injured London Knights goalie was one of the first in Oshawa’s General Motors Centre on Sunday afternoon to find out about the drama playing out over in St. Catharines. Otters starting goalie Ramis Sadikov was hurt less than two minutes into the game, and travelling without a backup, needed the 17-year-old forward Crisp as an emergency replacement in net.

Crisp had been out all season with a shoulder injury. This was his first game of the year.

He ended up allowing 13 goals to the OHL Eastern Conference-leading Niagara IceDogs, including five to relentless Ryan Strome, but made 32 saves and was named first star of the game for his heroic effort.

News of Crisp’s feat quickly spread around the hockey world.

Interestingly enough, this isn’t the first time the Otters found themselves in this kind of situation.

The same thing happened Dec. 1 when Erie went to play Niagara.

Crisp, a six-foot-two, 220-pounder from Alliston, wasn’t in the lineup back then.

 

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