By: Nick Liard

The Sudbury Wolves dropped the opener of a two game homestand 3-1 to Flint last night.

Sudbury Head Coach, Dave Matsos called it an uninspired game wire to wire for the local juniors.

Flint started the scoring off with a goal in the first period and then got two more in the third.

With 39 seconds left in the game Owen Gilhula broke the shut-out for the Firebirds.

For Gilhula it was his first career OHL goal.

Sudbury is back on the ice tonight taking on the Windsor Spitfires who are 4th in the Western Conference.

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