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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - The Atlantic Attack dropped a pair of home contests against Eastern Conference rival the Montreal Mission by two total goals after 6-5 and 8-7 losses in recent National Ringette League play in New Brunswick.
Stratford defenceman Ashley Hollis earned her first points of the season in the 8-7 loss, notching a goal and an assist.
Montreal (7-0) handed the defending league champion Attack (3-2) its first two losses of the season. Montreal leads the White Division with 14 points, while the Attack is third with six.
The Attack roaster also includes first-year forwards Bianca Roche (Souris) and Mariah Crowley (Charlottetown).
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