On the road in Arnprior Thursday night, the Alexandria Glens built a three-goal lead, but could not hold it, as the Packers stormed back with four unanswered to deal the Glens a 4-3 loss.
Named the game’s third star, Andy Lightle-Blais, who hails from Vankleek Hill, contributed a goal and an assist in the losing cause for the Glens.
Alexandria’s other marksmen were Jacob Lefebvre and Graham Robertson, while earning the helpers were Lefebvre, Kyle Joly, Austin Ladouceur, and Tyson Allard.
Nicolas Rousseau took the loss in net, facing 38 shots on goal.
The Alexandria boys had 31 shots on the Arnprior net.
Neither team scored with a power-play advantage, each having two opportunities with the man advantage.
The Glens record stands at 2 wins, 10 regulations losses, and 1 overtime loss, for last place in the Martin Division, on 5 points, in 13 games played.
The team’s next action is slated for home ice at the Glengarry Sports Palace on Friday, November 1, with the Arnprior Packers (6-7) visiting for an 8 p.m.