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The Burnaby Lakers blew a three-goal first-period lead and wound up on the losing end of a 6-4 loss in overtime to the Burrards in a Western Lacrosse Association game in Maple Ridge on Sunday.
Burnaby led the Burrards 4-1 in the opening minutes of the second period but failed to score for the remaining second half in a game where the Lakers were outshot 52-39 by the home team.
Laker keeper Zac Boychuk stopped 46 shots in the Burnaby cage, fashioningÂ a .902 save percentage over four periods of play. Jackson Decker led the Lakers with three points, all assists.
With the loss, the Lakers' record fell to 1-1. Burnaby has the opportunity to reverse its first loss of the season in Langley on Wednesday.