Sunday Wrap-Up: Nordiques keep winning streak going
November 12, 2018
New England Stars 2 @ L/A Nordiques 4 - The Nordiques shut down the Stars on Sunday afternoon in their 4-2 win led by Donovan Tehan and his three assists. It was a wire to wire victory for the Nordiques as they never trailed in this contest. Zack Mullen, Colby Audette, and Joshua Sanchez all recorded two points for the Nordiques in the win. Daniel Miller remained undefeated on the season earning his 7th win. Miller made 17 saves on the day. Connor Barter and Zachary Cormier were the goal scorers for the Stars. Matthew Marini made 26 saves in the loss.
Long Beach Sharks 3 @ Maine Wild 2 - The Long Beach Sharks grinded out a 3-2 win on Sunday afternoon over the Maine Wild, thanks to Dixson Root’s late 3rd period goal. Tied heading into the third period, Root gave the Sharks the upper hand with 6:15 left in the game. Avery Matthews and Brandon Cohen were the other goal scorers for the Sharks in the win. Jeremy Haffner earned his 2nd win of the season making 23 saves. Jason Cote and Regan Wintle scored the goals for the Wild. Ben Feldman made 19 saves in the loss.
Niagara Falls PowerHawks 1 @ Binghamton Junior Senators 16 - The Senators jumped right out of the gate and left no doubt in their 16-1 win over the PowerHawks on Sunday afternoon. The Senators scored six unanswered goals in the first period and never looked back. Mike Padgeon and Eric Melso led the way for the Senators each recording hat-tricks and combining for a whopping 18 points in the win. Markus Cook and Greg Simmons both scored hat-tricks for the Senators as well. Jonathan Rapp earned his 3rd win of the season making 14 saves. Jake Green scored the lone goal for the PowerHawks. Noah Spiesz made 72 saves in the loss.
Milwaukee Power 9 @ Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts 2 - The Power completed the weekend sweep over the Thunderbolts in their 9-2 dominant win on Sunday afternoon. Logan Geisness and Maris Graudins let the way for the Power each scoring two goals in the win. Chuck Bay, Benjamin Beversdorf, and Ryan Payne were also key for the Power each recording three points. Taven Santucci earned his 2nd win of the season making 19 saves. Kody Kifer was stellar for the Thunderbolts scoring both of the team’s goals in the loss. Koby Lukehart was also great in goal making 68 saves for the Thunderbolts in the losing effort.
Coulee Region Chill 5 @ St. Louis Jr. Blues 3 - The Chill exploded in the 3rd period stealing a win over the Blues 5-3 on Sunday afternoon. Trailing 1-0 heading into the 3rd period, the Chill scored five unanswered goals to start the final frame. The Chill held on the rest of the way to secure the win. Flavien Fondadouze led the way for the Chill scoring two goals in the win. Brandon Ratzloff, Toon De Schepper, Brady Lindauer, and Thomas Magnavite all recorded two points for the Chill as well. Devin Naidow earned his 6th win of the season making 29 saves. Blues goaltender, Matt Griffin made 23 saves in the loss.
College Station Spirit 0 @ Atlanta Capitals 8 - The Atlanta Capitals capped of their perfect weekend with an 8-0 win over the College Station Spirit on Sunday afternoon. Patrick Egdorf earned his 1st shutout of the season making 14 saves in the win. Keith Gustin and Andrei Rusakov each scored two goals for the Capitals. Jason Ladzinski and Cole Thomas Johnson led the way in the point department each recording three points in the win. Nicolas Sleeper and Cole Warner were also key notching two assists as well. Spirit goaltender Luigi Giustra stood on his head making 50 saves in the loss.
Texas Brahmas 3 @ Louisiana Drillers 2 - The Brahmas closed out the weekend with a thrilling 3-2 win over the Driller thanks to the late goal by Andrue Trelstad with 50 seconds remaining to win the game. It was a back and forth contest the whole way, all the way to the finals seconds. Zach Perez and Tyler Blanchard were the other goal scorers for the Brahmas in the win. Thomas Held earned his 5th straight win making 21 saves. Tucker Alspaugh and Benjamin Cope scored the goals for the Drillers. Samuli Aarinen made 29 saves in the loss.