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November 2003

DREADED OVERTIME BITES WAXERS AGAIN
The Waxers did their best to avoid overtime but could not get the winning goal in regulation after coming back from 3-2, 4-3 and 5-4 deficits.  In the end, the visiting Oshawa Legionaires scored the overtime winner to hand the Waxers their fifth OT loss this year [recap]

LATE SURGE NOT ENOUGH IN STOUFFVILLE
The Waxers scored twice in the closing minutes as they attempted another miracle comeback but ultimately lost 5-4 to Stouffville.  This was their only trip to SpiritLand this season as sees the two teams split the season series, each with a home win. [recap]

WAXERS GRAB CUNDARI AS WILDCATS HIBERNATE
With the recent decision by the new ownership in Huntsville to take a leave of absence for the remainder of the 2003-04 season, the Waxers scooped up their impressive goaltender, Rob Cundari.  A native of Sault Ste Marie, Cundari played last year for the Soo Junior Greyhounds of the NOJHA.  Born February 14, 1985, Cundari is 6', 185 lbs and stopped an incredible 55 shots during the game when the Wildcats visited Markham on October 31.  In related moves, Ethan Gazdic had requested a move back to the NOJHA and has returned home to Sudbury.

MAJOR LETDOWN AS WAXERS FALL IN THORNHILL
The Markham Waxers missed a chance to take over third place alone in the South Division when they lost the second half of the home and home weekend with Thornhill.  The Major Islanders defeated Markham by a 7-4 score as the two teams split the back to back games . [recap]

WAXERS TAKE FIRST HALF OF HOME AND HOME
With a back-to-back, home-and-home series between Highway 7 rivals Markham and Thornhill this weekend, the Waxers got a leg up with an opening game victory, by a 5-4 score.  The win stretches the Waxers current winning streak to two games and pushes them in to a temporary tie for third place in the South Division . [recap]

BIGGEST COMEBACK IN YEARS MAY BE JUST WHAT WAXERS NEED
Things looked bleak for Markham as they trailed 6-1 with just 27 minutes gone by in Pickering but the it happened.  The Waxers outscored the Panthers 7-1 over the next 28 minutes to cap a furious comeback and win the game by an 8-7 score. [recap]

OPPORTUNITY PASSES WAXERS BY
Markham went in to Oshawa for a rare Tuesday night game and a chance to slip in to third place all alone but came away shorthanded as two last minute empty net goals sealed a 6-3 Legionaires victory.  The Waxers attempted to come back from 2-0 and 4-1 deficits but could get no closer than 4-3 early in the third period. [recap]

WAXERS MAKE IT THREE IN A ROW
Markham stretched their modest winning streak to three games after a 6-5 overtime victory over Wexford in Scarborough Sunday night.  A typical Waxers-Raiders affair with lots of goals, some good saves, some bad saves, lots of speed and numerous lead changes. [recap]

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