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Sunday Wrap-Up: New Mexico, Mason City extend streaks

October 9, 2023

Dominic Thomas had five points in a weekend sweep of Granite City.

Sunday Box Scores

New Mexico Ice Wolves 8 @ Atlanta Capitals 0: The Ice Wolves dominated with an 8-0 win. In the first period the New Mexico Ice Wolves scored one goal by Carson Gotelaere making the score 1-0. In the second period the New Mexico Ice Wolves scored three goals by Carson Gotelaere, Edward Gregorin, and Ethan Secord making the score 4-0. In the third period the New Mexico Ice Wolves scored four goals by Ethan Hull, two by Kennan Reyelts, and Ethan Secord making the final score 8-0. Owen Zenone saved 15 shots for the win and a shutout, while Alex Croy saved 68 shots in the loss.

Granite City Lumberjacks 5 @ Mason City Toros 7: Mason City won their 5th game in a row with a sweep of the Luberjacks. In the first period the Granite City Lumberjacks scored two goals by TJ Lepisto, and Edan Cho, and for the Mason City Toros scored three goals by Bryan Wiggins, Fritel Marcus, and Aaron Sawicki making the score 3-2. In the second period the Granite City Lumberjacks scored a goal by Carson Strapon, and for the Mason City Toros they scored three goals two by Dominic Thomas, and one by Jordan Newpower making the score 6-3. In the third period the Granite City Lumberjacks scored two goals by TJ Gibson, and Ashton Ericksen, and for the Mason City Toros scored a goal by Zach Laurila making the final score 7-5. Drew Blake saved 23 shots for the win, while Sam Schowalter saved 2 shots and Anyon Bennett saved 14 shots in the loss.

New Jersey Titans 2 @ Long Beach Sharks 3: The Long Beach Sharks picked up their first win of the season with a 3-2 win on Sunday. In the first period the New Jersey Titans scored two goals by William Fliss, and Egor Sobolev making the score 2-0. In the second period the Long Beach Sharks scored one goal by Ethyn Fultz making the score 2-1. In the third period the Long Beach Sharks scored two goals by Matthew Bellopede, and Ryan Long making the final score 3-2. Jackson Black saved 25 shots for the win, while Jesse Riccio saved 34 shots in the loss.

Texas Brahmas 3 @ Louisiana Drillers 4 (SO): With a one goal lead in the shootout the win goes to the Louisiana Drillers. In the first the Louisiana Drillers scored two goals by Jake Bergstrom, and Finn Overby, and one goal for the Texas Brahmas scored by Chase Forry making the score 2-1. In the second period the Texas Brahmas scored two goals by Cameron Delitsch, and Alex Cagan, and one goal for the Louisiana Drillers scored by Casper Rys Sakrisvold making the score 3-3. After a slow third period the score stayed tied 3-3. In the shootout the goal goes to the Louisiana Drillers making the final score 4-3. William Carney saved 31 shots for the win, while Brendan Forden saved 23 shots in the loss. 

Great Falls Americans 2 @ Bozeman Ice Dogs 4: Bozeman stays undefeated thanks to a 4-2 win over the Americans. In the first period the Bozeman Ice Dogs scored by Mason Czarnecki making the score 1-0. In the second period both teams scored one goal for the Great Falls Americans was Dmitri Kuleshov, and for the Bozeman Ice Dogs was Braden Koliha making the score 2-1. In the third period the Great Falls Americans scored one goal by Dmitri Kuleshov, and the Bozeman Ice Dogs scored two goals both by Braden Koliha giving him the only hat trick of the night and the final score 4-2. Matthew Ryynanen saved 46 shots for the win, while Ryan Stowe saved 32 shots in the loss.

New Hampshire Jr Mountain Kings 3 @ Danbury Jr Hat Tricks 4 (OT): in overtime the win goes to the Danbury Hat Tricks. In the first period the New Hampshire Jr Mountain Kings scored two goals by an unknown player, Ryan Hiles, and for the Danbury Hat Tricks it was Brody Trew making the score 2-1. In the second period the Danbury Hat Tricks scored two goals by Logan Hooser, and Luca Restauri making the score 3-2.  In the third period the New Hampshire Jr Mountain King scored a goal by Kameron Young making the score 3-3. In overtime the Danbury Hat Tricks scored by Eryk Francher making the final score 4-3. Riley Gorman saved 32 shots for the win, while Jake Agoglia saved 19 shots in the loss.

 
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