For the first time this season Antonio Tersigni has been named the Owen Sound Attack Player of the Week. With his four-point week as well as getting his first career OHL goal. Tersigni battled hard all week as the team went 1-2.
It started on Wednesday, as the boys went up to North Bay. They were being held off the score sheet until 5:53 into the third period when there was a scramble in front of net and Tersigni got his stick on the puck and slid it five-hole on Dom DiVincentiis for his first career OHL goal.
Although he was kept quiet in the second game of the week in Kitchener, on Saturday when the Generals came to the Bayshore Tersigni was ready. He started with a give and go play with Matthew Papais to earn his first assist of the night. His next point came off of a rush by Nolan Seed that he wrapped around the net and hit the goalie’s pad and Tersigni was waiting on the doorstep to bury it, giving him two goals on season. He rounded off his evening with his second assist of the night by finding Servac Petrovsky with a cross crease pass to give him a three-point night.
Antonio looks to keep up his hot streak as the Attack look to push up the standings in the Western Conference as they head into the last two weeks of the regular season.