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Saturday Scores: WarHawks dominate weekend in West

January 17, 2021

Cole Wheaton stopped 64 of 68 shots in two wins this weekend to help the Gillette Wild sweep their series against Bozeman.

Saturday's Box Scores

Granite City Lumberjacks 1 @ Willmar WarHawks 6 - The WarHawks had three goals in the first period. These goals were earned by Ethan Mock, Michael Sweetland, and Ben Luedtke. Ben Anderson of the Lumberjacks had the only goal in the second period. The WarHawks put up three more points with the help of Michael Sweetland, Alex Kupka, and Michael Sweetland. Will Pinney, who made his WarHawks debut, saved 34 of the 35 shots he faced. Brandon Shantz, the goaltender of the Lumberjacks, saved 34 of the 40 shots on net.

Bozeman Icedogs 1 @ Gillette Wild 2 - Tae Evans scored the first goal of the game for the IceDogs. Then Declan Young of the Wild scores a goal. The last goal of the game was earned by Brock Trboyevich of the Wild. Cole Wheaton, the goaltender of the Wild, saved 29 of the 30 shots he faced. Brandon Keeney, the goaltender of the IceDogs, saved 46 of the 48 shots he faced.

Great Falls Americans 2 @ Sheridan Hawks 9 - The Hawks scored six straight goals to start the game that were created by: Jacob Cummings, Blake Billings, Taylor Frerichs, Logan Syrup, Derek Humphrey, and Dakota Kott. Then Henry Chavez of the Americans scored a goal.  The Hawks rack up three more points with the help of Justin Schwartzmiller and Nathan Gilleshammer (2). Henry Chavez scores his second goal of the game for the Americans. The goaltender of the Hawks, James Downie, saved 33 of the 35 shots he faced. The Americans used two goaltenders. Ben Monsivais saved 11 of the 15 shots he faced and Hunter Hadsock saved 30 of the 35 shots he faced.

North Iowa Bulls 2 @ Alexandria Blizzard 3 - The action started in the second period with a goal from Wesley Johnson of the Blizzard. Then both Gavin Wendorf and Kyle Heffron of the Bulls earn points of their own. Caleb Strong of the Blizzard ties up the game with a goal. Colin Tushie of the Blizzard has the game winning goal. Joey Greilich, the goaltender of the Blizzard, saved 32 of the 34 shots he faced. Joe Daninger, the goaltender of the Bulls, saved 28 of the 31 shots he faced.

Milwaukee Power 4 @ Wausau RiverWolves 1 - Brady Rossbach starts off the action with a goal for the Power. Then Michael Dalaly puts up another point for the Power. Ethan Cumming of the RiverWolves capitalizes on a scoring opportunity. Garret Alton adds his name to the scoresheet for the Power. Teddy Marion finishes off the game with a goal for the Power. Cole Shane, the goaltender of the Power, saved 24 of the 25 shots he faced. Joseph La Forge, the goaltender of the RiverWolves, saved 45 of the 49 shots he faced.

Texas Brahmas 2 @ El Paso Rhinos 3 - The action started off in the second period with a goal from Gino Sessa for the Rhinos. Then Jack Copper scored a goal to put the Brahmas on the scoreboard. Rj Muckensturm of the Brahmas scores a goal. Colton Chipman of the Rhinos ties up the game. Rhinos won with a shootout goal. There were 21 penalties collectively between the two teams. The Rhinos’ goaltender, Rustam Kulizade, saved 32 of the 34 shots he faced. The Brahmas’ goaltender, Dolan Gilbert, saved 32 of the 34 shots he faced.

Missoula Junior Bruins 2 @ Helena Bighorns 5 - The Bighorns put in four goals with the help of Isaac Ellingson (2), Alex Bailey, and Andrew Deskin. Gabe Gifford scored a goal for the Junior Bruins. Pablo Frank of the Junior Bruins puts up a point. Alex Bailey of the Bighorn has the last goal of the game. Anthony Adleman of the Bighorns saved 29 of the 31 shots he faced. Christopher Cantillo of the Junior Bruins saved 25 of the 29 shots he faced.

St. Louis Jr. Blues 2 @ Rochester Grizzlies 5 - The Grizzlies start off the game with two goals by Peyton Hart and Hunter Wilmes. Then Tim Delaney puts in a goal for the Jr. Blues. The Grizzlies put up two more points that were earned by Hunter Wilmes and Joey Fodstad. Mike Ivory of the Jr. Blues scored a goal. Hunter Wilmes of the Grizzlies puts in his third goal of the game and earns himself a hattrick. Shane Soderwall of the Grizzlies saved 31 of the 33 shots he faced. Jeb Lindy of the Jr. Blues saved 33 of the 37 shots he faced.

Oregon Tradesmen 1 @ Peoria Mustangs 2 - George Giese of the Mustangs scores a goal. Parker Severson of the Tradesmen scores a goal. Jackson Gram of the Mustangs scores a goal. Andrew Doran of the Mustangs saved 30 of the 31 shots he faced. Cole Garver of the Tradesmen saved 33 of the 35 shots he faced.

Louisiana Drillers 3 @ Texas RoadRunners 5 - Landen Sill of the Drillers scores the first goal of the game. Then the RoadRunners put up three points with the help of Nick Lucas, Seth Payson, and Jacob Norwood. Timothy Miller of the Drillers earns himself a point. Derek Boutin of the RoadRunner adds his name to the scoresheet. Josh Hrip of the Drillers capitalizes on a scoring opportunity. Seth Payson of the RoadRunners finishes off the game with a goal. Christian Wong-Ramos of the RoadRunners saved 39 of the 42 shots he faced. The Drillers played two goalies tonight. Jacob King saved 9 of the 12 shots he faced and Kyle Karoleski saved 25 of the 27 shots he faced.

 
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