Mayhem drop semifinal game two to Huntsville, tying the series at 1-1

The Mayhem and Havoc will square off tomorrow for a series-deciding game three in the SPHL semifinals./(Cam Gaskins, WGXA)

MACON, Ga. -- The Mayhem were one win away from heading to their second straight President's Cup championship series. That win will have to come in a do-or-die game three in their semifinal matchup with the Huntsville Havoc after dropping game two at home, 8-2.

It was a rough start to the night for rookie goalie Charlie Finn. After giving up four goals in Wednesday's game one win at Hunstville, Finn allowed three goals in the first period at home. He saved 14 of 20 shots in two periods before being pulled for Peter Di Salvo in the third period.

The Mayhem's lone goals of the night came from Caleb Cameron in the first period and Daniel Echeverri in the second period, both goals assisted by Jake Trask.

These two teams square up tomorrow at the Centreplex for a winner-take-all game three for a trip to the President's Cup finals. Puck drops at 7:35 p.m..

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