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With a goal just 56 seconds into the first period, the Eerie Otters came out strong, setting the pace for the game. If you were starting to worry, you didn't have to wait long for the 67's to tie the game just 18 seconds later.

Tied 1-1 after the first period, it looked like it might be a tough night for the team, but after two unanswered goals in the second, and another in the third period, the team opened up the lead - and took the victory over the Eerie Otters 4-2.

Pictured above, a happy 67's team skated off the ice with the final buzzer.

If you missed the game, you missed a significant number of law enforcement members in the building today. Officers involved in the 'Law Enforcement Torch Run' collected funds for the Special Olympics and gave us a chance to pay tribute to the incredible athletes who are Special Olympians.

As part of our tribute, Ottawa Deputy Police Chief Gilles Larochelle and Ottawa's own special Olympian Kevin Dooks took part in a ceremonial puck drop.

We hope you'll join us again, or for the first time, when your Ottawa 67's play their next home game, this Friday night when the Kitchener Rangers visit the Civic Centre.
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