Kitchener took five penalties in the first period and Owen Sound cashed in on two of those opportunities in the opening frame.
The Rangers would take more trips to the box in the second period which would eventually cost them the game losing 6-4 to the Attack.
Special teams would benefit the Rangers in the second period as forward Connor Bunnaman scored his 25th and 26th goals of the season which came on the power play.
Bunnaman tells us, it’s tough to win against Owen Sound when you give them opportunities.
“It’s the penalties, it’s always hard playing in Owen Sound,” says Bunnaman, “it’s easy to get up for with the rivalry but it’s hard and you just can’t take those penalties.”
Adam Mascherin notched his 30th goal of the year and is now three points back of the league lead in points.
The Rangers are back in action Wednesday night when they travel down the 401 to take on the London Knights. Pre-game at 6:35 p.m., on 570 NEWS.