Saturday Scores: Mustangs, Grizzlies, Wild stay hot with sweeps
Oregon Tradesmen 0 @ Peoria Mustangs 6 - The Mustangs swept their weekend against the Tradesmen with their 7th straight win. Goaltender Cole Walter of the Mustangs earned himself a shutout. The Mustangs goals were scored by: Quinton Murphy, Ethan Chesney, Reid Lune, Christopher Kondiles, George Giese, and Connor Bennett. By the end of the night there were 21 penalties on record between the two teams.
Yellowstone Quake 3 @ Gillette Wild 7 - Issac Young came out of the gates hot with two goals for the Wild. Joe McCormick was the first to get the Quake on the scoreboard. Declan Young of the Wild had two goals in the second. Jack Harris of the Quake had two goals in the second. Tristan Baker put the puck into the back of the net and won the second period for the Wild. In the third period the Wild had two goals from Nathan Fanning and Declan Young. Declan Young had a hattrick as the Wild won their 4th straight game.
Rochester Grizzlies 5 @ Milwaukee Power 0 - The goaltender Zach Wiese of the Grizzlies had a shutout. Two players on the Grizzlies really dominated the score board. Matthew DeRosa scored two goals and Peyton Hart had a hat trick. The Grizzlies are currently in first place for the central division. They have thirteen wins and two losses on their record.
Helena Bighorns 5 @ Butte Cobras 4 - This matchup was very back and forth. Alex Bailey started off the action for the Bighorns with a goal. Nick Bradshaw of the Cobras followed up that effort with a goal of his own. Then Gavyn Galloway of the Bighorns put one into the back of the net. Nick Bradshaw and Kyler Garsjo of the Cobras both capitalize on scoring opportunities. Finding their momentum the Bighorns put in three more goals by Nathan Bennett, Andrew Deskin, and Alex Bailey. Zane Cluphf of the Cobras had the deciding goal.
Mid Cities Jr. Stars 1 @ Oklahoma City Blazers 6 - The Blazers were not messing around tonight. The Blazers scored two goals in the first period and four goals in the third period. The Blazers goals were produced by: Artem Korolev, Nicholas Liotino, Noah Hanslee, Hunter Garant, Noach Roitman, and Thomas Srsha. Aaron Best scored the solo goal for the Jr. Stars in the middle of the third period. The Blazers’ goaltender, Jacob Ahl, saved 9 of the 10 shots on net. The Jr. Stars’ goaltender, Sean Guerin, saved 36 of the 42 shots on net.
Texas Brahmas 4 @ Atlanta Capitals 2 - The last three games with these two teams have been very close. The Capitals started off the action with a goal from Gunner Moore. The Brahmas then found their footing and went in full force. Brahmas had four back to back goals by Danny Barry, Michael Imala, and two by Leevi Selanne. Finishing up the third period is a goal by Andrew Raburn of the Capitals. The Brahmas’ goaltender, Logan Gorbitz, saved 30 of the 32 shots on net. The Capitals’ goaltender, Greg Smith, save 42 of the 46 goals on net.
Bay State Bobcats 0 @ Northeast Generals 6 - Goaltender Espen Reager of the Generals had a shutout tonight with 33 saves. The Generals goals are from: Braeden Kennedy, Nick Ramm, Tyler Kaminski, Nick Wracker, and two from Deacon More. The second period was particularly heated as we saw 10 penalties in that period alone. The Generals are currently in first place for the East Division.