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Sunday Wrap-Up: Ice Wolves make it 10 in a row

October 16, 2023

Northeast Generals forward Connor McLachlan had two goals and an assist in a 5-2 win on Sunday.

Sunday Box Scores

New Mexico Ice Wolves 9 @ Mid Cities Jr Stars 0: The Ice Wolves cruised to a three-game sweep of Mid Cities with a 9-0 win. In the first period the New Mexico Ice Wolves scored a goal by Carson Gotelaere making the score 1-0. In the second period the New Mexico Ice Wolves scored five goals by Spencer Lund, Ian Mohr, Carson Gotelaere, Stanley Hubbard, and Liam Mooney making the score 6-0. In the third period the New Mexico Ice Wolves scored three more goals by Ethan Hull, Bode Ensign, and Carson Gotelaere giving him the only hat trick of the night and making the final score 9-0. Pierson Haislet saved 13 shots for the shutout and the win, while Kameron Ragon saved 24 shots and Luke Anderson saved 10 shots in the loss.

New Hampshire Jr Mountain Kings 2 @ Northeast Generals 5: The Generals remained undefeated thanks to a 5-2 win. With a slow first period we head into the second period where the Northeast Generals scored two goals by Connor McLachlan, and Gabe Vijuk making the score 2-0. In the third period the Northeast Generals scored three more goals by unknown player, Connor McLachlan, and Michael Locke, and two goals for the New Hampshire Jr Mountain Kings scored by Max Goulden, and Dylan Garvin making the final score 5-2. Daniel Antal saved 24 shots for the win, while AJ Cooper saved 20 shots and Jake Agoglia saved 17 shots in the loss.

St Louis Jr Blues 3 @ Wisconsin Woodsmen 9: In the first period the Wisconsin Woodsmen scored a goal by Tristen May-Robinson making the score 1-0. In the second period the Wisconsin Woodsmen scored five more goals by Caden McDonald, Hunter Nelson, Nelson Wodarz, Hayden Kolczynski, and Landon Aanenson, and two goals for the St Louis Jr Blues scored by Kenneth Henning, and Matthew Mahoney making the score 6-2. In the third period the Wisconsin Woodsmen scored three more goals two by Hugh Deninema, and one by Tristen May-Robinson, and one goal for the St Louis Jr Mountain Kings scored by Jaxson Karandjeff making the final score 9-3. Dixon Ehlers saved 20 shots for the win, while Jordan Behnen saved 59 shots in the loss.

Austin Ice Bats 2 @ Louisiana Drillers 4: The Drillers completed a three-game sweep of the Ice Bats thanks to a 4-2 win on Sunday. In the first period both teams scored a goal for the Austin Ice Bats was Arys Perardi, and for the Louisiana Drillers was Cole Stranathan making the score 1-1. In the second period the Louisiana Drillers scored two more goals by Cole Stranathan, and Brendan Johnson making the score 3-1. In the third period both teams scored a goal for the Austin Ice Bats it was Kian Bendico, a dnfor the Louisiana Drillers was Cheeno Gryska making the final score 4-2. Daegen Love saved 13 shots for the win, while Bryson Frazee saved 43 shots in the loss.

Texas RoadRunners 2 @ El Paso Rhinos 4: The Rhinos completed a three-game home sweep of the RoadRunners with a 4-2 win on Sunday. in the first period both teams scored two goals for the Texas RoadRunners both goals were scored by Noah Easterson, and for the El Paso Rhinos both goals scored by David Tolan making the score 2-2. In the second period the El Paso Rhinos scored a goal by David Tolan giving him the only hat trick of the night and making the score 3-2. In the third period the El Paso Rhinos scored a goal by Tyler Dunkel making the final score 4-2. Ryan Piekarski saved 21 shots for the win, while Hunter Houle saved 27 shots in the loss.

New Jersey Titans 3 @ Danbury Jr Hat Tricks 2: In the first period the New Jersey Titans scored a goal by Cameron Fanfa making the score 1-0. In the second period both teams scored a goal for the New Jersey Titans was Maxim Mavrin, and for the Danbury Jr Hat Tricks was Kenny Granacker making the score 2-1. In the third both teams scored one goal for the New Jersey Titans was Nicholas Trabb, and for the Danbury Jr Hat Tricks was Aidan Anderson making the final score 3-2. Sebastian Thome saved 21 shots for the win, while Markus Paltauf saved 36 shots in the loss.

 
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