Dawgs falter late, fall in OT 3-2

ROANOKE, Va. – The Rail Yard Dawgs surrendered a lead in the final minute of regulation and went on to fall to the Macon Mayhem in overtime, 3-2, Saturday night at Berglund Center. Both CJ Stubbs and Lincoln Griffin had a goal and an assist in the loss.

With the Dawgs trailing, 1-0, in the third period, they were granted a power play. Roanoke worked the puck around the perimeter and Griffin hit Stubbs for a one-timer on the left circle that he hammered past Hayden Stewart to tie the game at one.

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