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Photos: Late goal gives Princeton exhibition win

— Kevin Lohry’s power-play goal with 35 seconds remaining gave Princeton a 5-4 exhibition victory over Trois Rivieres on Wednesday.

Here are photos from that game, by Shelley Szwast:

David Chabot Maltais (79) of Trois Rivieres pushes Princeton's Jeremy Goodwin (6) into goaltender Vincent Lamontagne (35) after making a save (photo: Shelley Szwast).

Vincent Lamontagne (35) makes a save as David Chabot Maltais (79) battles Matt Ferris (17) and Taylor Fedun (4) for the rebound (photo: Shelley Szwast).

Pierre-Alexandre Joncas (76) attempts to beat Kevin Lohry (12) to a loose puck. Lohry later scored with 35 seconds left in regulation to win the game for the Tigers (photo: Shelley Szwast).

Mike Kramer (21) of Princeton tries to take the puck away from Emmanuel Bondreau (12) in the defensive zone. Kramer scored the Tigers' first goal late in the first period to cut Trois Rivieres' early lead to 2-1 (photo: Shelley Szwast).

Pierre-Luc Lessard of Trois Rivieres (16) shoves Michael Sdao (24) of Princeton into the Quebec bench, as the players get into a shoving match as the game began to get rough. Both players were given a 10-minute misconduct on the play (photo: Shelley Szwast).

Eric Meland (16) of Princeton goes over the boards and into the Trois Rivieres bench with a little help from Jeff Desjardins (15) and Alexandre Demers (25) (photo: Shelley Szwast).

Kevin Lohry scored on goaltender Vincent Lamontagne (35) with 35 seconds left in regulation to give Princeton the late victory (photo: Shelley Szwast).

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