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MEET THE TERRIERS: Orillia drops tough road decision in Schomberg

Forward Rylan Moulton, an ardent fan of the Leafs and Auston Matthews, is hoping his team can bounce back on home ice Saturday night
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Rylan Moulton is looking forward to playing Penetang Saturday night at Rotary Place.

The McLean & Dickey Orillia Terriers suffered a tough 4-3 loss last night to host Schomberg in a hard-fought Provincial Junior Hockey League contest among the league’s top teams.

Lucas Wessinger potted a pair and Sam Pink added a single marker in the defeat, while netminder Reed Spinola stopped 26 of 30 shots.

On Saturday night, the Terriers (17-6-1) will look to get back in the win column when they welcome rival Penetang (11-9-3) to Rotary Place. 

Heading into play Saturday, the Terriers are in third-place in the eight team North Carruthers division.

The league’s top four teams are currently separated by just eight points.

The Terriers and Kings will face off Saturday night beginning at 7:30 p.m. Proof of double vaccination is required to attend the games in person.

For more information about the Terriers, their games and their season, visit their website.

Since COVID-19 wiped out last season, many fans are not familiar with this year's team, so we will provide player profiles each week. 

Today, we feature forward rookie Rylan Moulton, who has scored a goal and added two assists in 16 games with the squad.

Name: Rylan Moulton (#28)

Hometown: Barrie

Height: 5' 9”

Weight: 180 pounds

Date of birth: Sept. 29, 2003

Position: Left wing

Shoots: Left

Favourite pre-game meal: Chicken fried rice 

Favourite NHL team: Toronto Maple Leafs

Favourite NHL player: Auston Matthews

Favourite Movie: Cars