Saturday Scores: Kings take down 1st place Islanders
February 13, 2016
Saturday Box Scores
Skylands Kings 9 vs. Cape Cod Islanders 6 - Behind two goals and three assists from Alex Linquito and three goals and one assist from Hunter Ledwith, Skylands downed Cape Cod 9-6. Linquito scored the first of his two goals at 7:44 into the first period to make the score 2-1 Cape Cod. Cole Skelly picked up the assist. Linquito's next tally made the score 2-2 with 9:11 left in the first period. Cory Decosta provided the assist. Skylands' offense rang up 51 shots on Cape Cod's net. Skylands additionally got points from Decosta, who also had one goal and three assists, Ledwith, who also racked up three goals and one assist, and Zach Mazzarisi, who also registered one goal and one assist. Others who scored for Skylands included Aaron Segnello and Mike King, who scored one goal each. Other players who recorded assists for Skylands were Matt Sinatra, who had one. Cape Cod forced Skylands goalie Mathias Yttereng to work between the pipes, taking 41 shots. Cape Cod's defensemen played an important role in the offense, chipping in two goals. Cape Cod was led by Aaron Deady, who registered three goals and one assist. Eric Szeker also scored for Cape Cod. In addition, Cape Cod received assists from Chuck Costello, who had two, Mike Jessman, who had four, and Zack Goodman, Maxime Dordet, and Joe Brennan, who contributed one each. Yttereng rejected 35 shots on goal for Skylands. Anton Zemba made 42 saves for Cape Cod on 50 shots.
New England Stars 7 vs. Northeast Generals 0 - New England used a sparkling performance by Dominic Lamanno to take down Northeast, as the netminder did not allow a goal in New England's 7-0 shutout victory. Jake Latham had two goals to lead New England to victory. Latham's tallies came at 1:33 into the first period to make the score 1-0 New England and 17:11 into the second to make the score 5-0 New England. New England's offense rang up 48 shots on Northeast's net. Team's forwards weren't the only contributers offensively, and the team's defensemen showcased their scoring touch with two goals. New England also got points from Ryan Gauvin, who also registered one goal and one assist. New England also had goals scored by Kyle Weiss, Nick Johnson, Derek Lovejoy, and John Krapian, who each put in one. In addition, New England received assists from Hunter McTague, Brian Glover, Brendan Miller, Cam Webster, Jared Simmons, and Brandon Hamner, who contributed one each and Nolan Arbuckle, Tim Paige, and Ian McNamara, who each chipped in two. Lamanno recorded 28 saves for New England. Northeast's Leo Lake stopped 41 shots out of the 48 that he faced.
Roc City Royals 5 vs. Syracuse Stampede 1 - Brandon Corey was all over the ice for Roc City, as he tallied two goals in Roc City's 5-1 win over Syracuse. Corey scored at 13:17 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Roc City and again while 1:00 into the second to make the score 2-0 Roc City. Syracuse was stymied by Roc City's netminder Ian Stahl, who stopped 34 shots during the victory. Roc City forced Syracuse's goalies to work without much rest, finishing with 37 shots and forcing 32 saves. Kyle VanWagner made 26 stops and Timothy Evans made six. Roc City also got points from Sam Cammilleri, who also racked up one goal and one assist. Others who scored for Roc City included Robert Vasta and Justin Allen, who scored one goal each. In addition, Roc City received assists from Nicholas Cignarale and Sam Haile, who contributed one each and Cameron Clark, Joseph Gardner, and Anthony DePetres, who each chipped in two. Syracuse's offense rang up 35 shots on Roc City's net. Syracuse was led by Christian Paradiso, who scored the team's only goal. Paradiso scored short handed 12:35 into the second period to make the score 2-1 Roc City.
Lockport Express 8 vs. Wilkes Barre Miners 0 - Sam Fitzpatrick was superb between the pipes for Lockport, as he did not allow a goal in an 8-0 victory over Wilkes-Barre. Ryan Logar was all over the ice for Lockport, as he tallied one goal and three assists in the win. Logar scored 11:06 into the third period to make the score 6-0 Lockport. Christopher Gasiewicz picked up the assist. Lockport's offense rang up 42 shots on Wilkes-Barre's net. Lockport also got points from Jordan Pocobello, who also tallied one goal and one assist, Mark Friol, who also finished with one goal and one assist, and Gasiewicz, who also grabbed two goals and one assist. Others who scored for Lockport included Kurt Villani, Frank II Vecchio, and Austin Kasperek, who each put in one. Other players who recorded assists for Lockport were Erick Santiago, Jake Andriaccio, and Andrew Logar, who each chipped in one and Gibson Stuart and Dylan Jenkins, who contributed two each. Lockport's Fitzpatrick stopped 25 shots out of the 25 that he faced. Devin Peterson rejected 34 shots on goal for Wilkes-Barre.
East Coast Minutemen 4 vs. Maine Wild 2 - Neither team gained more than a two-goal lead, and Tom Potter's goal in the second period proved to be the difference maker. Potter was all over the ice for East Coast, as he had two goals in the win. Maine was unable to stop East Coast from sending pucks towards the net, and East Coast eventually piled up 39 shots on goal. East Coast additionally got points from Matt Bauchman, who also registered one goal and one assist. Rick Mulligan also scored for East Coast. Other players who recorded assists for East Coast were Matt Moreschi, who had two and Mason Smith and Tristan Archambault, who each chipped in one. Maine was helped by Greg Terlov, who finished with one goal. Terlov scored 16:06 into the first period to make the score 2-2. Jordy Knoren assisted on the tally. Maine also got a goal from Matt Jerome as well. In addition, Maine received assists from Travis Townsend, Sedrick Simons, and Shayne Plummer, who contributed one each. East Coast's Aidan Critchlow stopped 19 shots out of the 21 that he faced. Brandon Daigle rejected 35 shots on goal for Maine.
New York Aviators 7 v. Jersey Shore Wildcats 6 - Jersey Shore tried its best to erase a four-goal deficit, but New York would not be denied the victory and hung on to win, 7-6. goal by Sean Lake put New York up 7-3 in the second period, but Jersey Shore pulled to within one on Travis Valvo's tally 19:58 into the third period. New York's offense rang up 38 shots on Jersey Shore's net. New York got an offensive boost from its blueliners, who contributed three goals during the game. New York was helped by Nick Jean-Louis, who finished with three goals. New York also got points from Nicholas Lermer, who also had one goal and two assists. Others who scored for New York included Robert Kalata and Jimmy Warrick, who scored one goal each. More assists for New York came via Phillip Garcia, who had three and Shawn Eastman, Daniel Backstrom, Dominick Sacco, Gunther Stange, and Augie Onorato, who contributed one each. Jersey Shore forced New York goalie Stephen Mundinger to work between the pipes, taking 65 shots. Jersey Shore additionally got points from Freddie Schaljo, who also tallied two goals and one assist to lead the team in points. Jersey Shore also had goals scored by Frederic Villeneuve and Frederic Ampleman, who each put in one. In addition, Jersey Shore received assists from Ben Wingbermuehle, Scott Hansen, Alexander Tan, Jared Karas, John Rubin, and Bogdan Khvatov, who each chipped in one and Christian Cooley and Dylan Plsek, who contributed two each. Mundinger rejected 59 shots on goal for New York. Scott Albertoni made 31 saves for Jersey Shore on 38 shots.