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Saturday Scores: Jets roll to sweep of Ice Dogs

November 6, 2016

Brookings defenseman Tim Faulkner led the Blizzard to a weekend sweep of the Minnesota Wilderness.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 0 @ Aston 7 – The Aston Rebels completed a weekend sweep over Wilke-Barre/Scranton with a 7-0 shutout on Saturday. Goals for Aston came from Evgeny Yakovlev, Drew Blackmun (2), Aaron Maguyon, Gianluca Esteves (2), Peter Zhong, and Brennan Kapcheck. Rebels goaltender Mareks Mitens completed a weekend sweep as well, grabbing his eighth straight win, and second straight straight shutout with 21 saves. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton split goaltending duties between Grant Valentine and Colt Hanks, who combined for 22 saves throughout the night.   Boxscore

Fairbanks 2 @ Janesville 6 – Janesville locked in Fairbanks as their target on Saturday, defeating them 6-2 for another weekend sweep. Jets goals were scored by Cullen Munson, Adrian Holesinsky, Jakov Novak (2), Michael Maloney, and Peter Bates. Fairbanks goals came from Hunter Wendt and Daniel Haider. Goaltender Jacob Barczewski took the win for Janesville with 17 saves, while Joshua Sarlo was given the loss in net for Fairbanks with 25 saves.  Boxscore

Kenai River 1 @ Coulee Region 2 – A late third period goal gave the Chill their advantage over Kenai River in a one-goal game on Saturday night. Coulee Region’s Joey Sofo opened the scoring in the first. Kenai River’s David Kaplan would put the Brown Bears on the board in the second period. Late in the third, the Chill’s power play unit hit the ice, and Steven Quagliata netted the game-winning goal. Joe Marcoullier took the win in net for Coulee Region with 21 saves, while Bailey Seagraves was given the loss despite 30 saves. Boxscore

Bismarck 2 @ Austin 5 – Producing the same score as Friday night, the Austin Bruins went on to sweep Bismarck on Saturday night. With an electric second period, Austin took control of the game, adding five goals to the score sheet with a hat trick from Michael Piehler, and goals from Jon Richards and Evan Cholak. Bismarck’s two tallys were credited to Parker Mismash and Zach Kennedy. Alex Schilling took the win in net for Austin with 18 saves, while Bismarck’s Will Ulrich was given the loss after 34 saves.   Boxscore

Corpus Christi 3 @ Amarillo 1 – Corpus Christi joined the weekend sweep club with a 3-1 victory over Amarillo on Saturday. Three unanswered goals led the IceRays to their win, courtesy of Cole Filler, Mason Krueger and Brad Power. Amarillo’s lone goal was scored by George Mika. In net, Cam Burggrabe grabbed the win for Corpus Christi, with a 37 save performance. Amarillo’s Nikita Babintsev took the loss in net with 35 saves.   Boxscore

Brookings 6 @ MN Wilderness 4 – Road warriors, the Brookings Blizzard, put up six goals on Saturday to claim their weekend sweep over the Minnesota Wilderness. Brookings goals were sprinkled through the roster, coming from: Tim Faulkner, Taylor Schnieder, Gunnar Goodmanson, Brandon Kruse, Paul Cotter and Cade Borchardt. Minnesota’s four goals were scored by Pavel Mikhasenok, Ryan Peterson, Alexander Esbjors, and Jesse Farabee. Josh Boyko grabbed his second straight win in net with 35 saves for Brookings. Luke Kania and Trevor Micucci split netminding duties for the Wilderness, combining for 25 saves throughout the night.  Boxscore

Johnstown 1 @ New Jersey Titans 6 – Bringing the heat at home, the New Jersey Titans secured two points with six goals against Johnstown. The Titans goals came from Kyle Perkowski, Greg Malafronte, Danny Eruzione, Gordie Helmuth, Danny Weave, and Todd Goehring. Johnstown’s lone tally was scored by Donovan Ott. Brandon Perrone took the win in net for the Titans with 27 saves, while Johnstown’s Vinnie Purpura and Drew Hotte split the night in net to combine for 21 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Springfield 2 @ MN Magicians 1 – Stealing two points on the road for a weekend split were the Springfield Jr. Blues on Saturday night. The Jr. Blues grabbed two goals early, from Fabio Hollenstein and Patrick Smyth, and then held on for the win. The Magicians found their way on the board with a goal from Caleb Hite. Evan Fear earned the win in net for Springfield with 38 saves, while Ivan Prosvetov took the loss after 34 saves in net for the Magicians.  Boxscore

Topeka 2 @ Lone Star 3 (OT) – Sixty minutes were not enough between the Topeka RoadRunners and the Lone Star Brahmas on Saturday night. Lone Star’s Hunter Stanley snagged the win for the Brahmas, netting his game-winning goal at the 3:39 mark in overtime. Lone Star regulation goals were credited to Pete Kessel (2), both coming on the power play. Topeka’s tallies were credited to Max Harper and Alex Frye. In net, Erik Gordon took the win for Lone Star with 17 saves, while Ryan Snowden was given the loss for Topeka after 49 saves.    Boxscore

Aberdeen 4 @ Minot 5 (SO) – A come-from-behind victory gave Minot their win at home on Saturday night. Minot scored the last three goals of regulation to force a shootout. Minot regulation goals came from Jack Murphy, Derek Frentz, and Alex Adams (2). Aberdeen regulation goals were scored by Riley Murphy, Joey Strada, Kevin Fitzgerald, and Trey Bagwell. In the shootout, Minot found the net twice, while Aberdeen only saw one goal go in. Lucas Murray took the win in net for Minot, making 22 saves in 31:48 minutes played. Murray stepped in for relief for Austin Park in the second period, who was credited with 13 saves in 28:12 played. Aberdeen’s Arrtu Kulmala was given the loss in net despite a 44 save effort.    Boxscore

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