Hockey

Leah Lum leads Toronto Six over Metropolitan Riveters

Leah Lum scored two goals and added one assist as the Toronto Six cruised past the Metropolitan Riveters 5-2 on Sunday in Premier Hockey Federation action.

Forward paces team with 2 goals, 1 assist

Leah Lum of the Toronto Six reacts during a 5-2 win over the Metropolitan Riveters on Sunday. (@TheTorontoSix/Twitter)

Forward Leah Lum scored two goals and added one assist as the Toronto Six cruised past the Metropolitan Riveters 5-2 on Sunday in Premier Hockey Federation action.

Tereza Vanisova, with one goal and two assists, Brittany Howard and Emma Woods provided the rest of the offence for the Six (3-1-0).

Sarah Bujold netted both goals for the Riveters (1-2-0).

Lum opened the scoring 10:03 of the first period before Bujold answered back just over two minutes later.

WATCH | Lum powers Toronto to victory:

Leah Lum scores twice in Toronto Six's win over Riveters

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Lum potted a pair, including the game winner, and added an assist in Toronto's 5-2 win over the Metropolitan Riveters.

In the second, Vanisova restored Toronto's lead 2:51 into the period. Bujold responded once more at 15:17 of the frame to knot it at 2-2. Lum scored her second 7:02 into the final period, with Howard adding another just 22 seconds later to make it a 4-2 contest.

Woods capped off the three-goal run scoring at 14:01 of the third.

With files from CBC Sports

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