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Saturday Scores: Minot in control of Central after sweep

February 19, 2017

Springfield forward Matt Cassidy had six points in a weekend sweep of Kenai River.

Minot 4 @ MN Wilderness 3 (OT) – Austin Park of Minot had 37 saves for the overtime win against the Wilderness as the Minotauros took home a weekend sweep. This exciting matchup was close from the start with Alex Adams having the first 2 goals for Minot in the first and second periods and Austin Dollimer adding another goal during the third period. Luke Dow, Zach Mills and Louis Roehl were credited with goals for the Wilderness. Nate Pionk scored the winning, overtime goal for the Minotauros with only 1:52 remaining. Luke Kania of the Wilderness had 41 total saves in the loss. Boxscore

Aston 9 @ Northeast 0 – The Aston Rebels shutout the Northeast Generals for the road game victory on Saturday to complete a weekend sweep. The Rebels saw 3 goals in the first period by Ryan Solomon, Andrew Bellant and Gvido Jansons. The Rebels didn’t slow down, as they had 5 goals during the second period credited to Drew Blackmun, Aaron Maguyon, Ryan Soloman and Ryan Patrick scoring 2 goals back to back. Rebels finish off the game with one last goal in the third period from Gianluca Esteves. Goalie for Aston, Jack Leavy, had 10 saves for the win and shutout. David Fessenden of Northeast made 4 saves in the loss, while Parker Swanson came in the game in relief, making 29 saves. Boxscore

Kenai River 2 @ Springfield 10 – Goalie Mike Robinson of the Jr. Blues had 35 saves for the win Saturday against the Brown Bears, which completed a weekend home sweep. There were 3 goals scored in the first period, 2 for the Jr. Blues credited to Jordan Muzzillo and Brennan Blaszczak, and 1 for the Brown Bears scored by Jonathon Marzec. Springfield expands their lead during the second period with goals from Chase Mickelson, Brandon Puricelli and Matt Cassidy. Jack Vincent scores the final goal for the Brown Bears. Springfield held Kenai River scoreless during the third period but added 5 points to their lead. Goals credited to Fabio Hollenstein, Christian Simeone, Fletcher Fineman, Patrick Smyth and Matt Cassidy. Robbie Goor of Kenai River, ended the game with 43 saves. Boxscore

Brookings 4 @ Austin 2 – Josh Boyko of the Blizzard had 35 saves for the road win against the Bruins as the Blizzard pick up a weekend road sweep. Tied at 1-1 at the end of the first period, the Blizzard held the Bruins scoreless during the second period while adding another point to the board and allowed only one goal during the third period while scoring another 2. Goals credited to Connor Koviak, Brandon Kruse and Brenden Stanko with 2 goals for the Blizzard. The Bruins goals were scored by Logan Haskins and Justin Misiak. Alex Schilling had 17 saves in the loss. Boxscore

New Jersey 8 @Johnstown 1 – Ryan Ferland of New Jersey had 21 saves for the win on Saturday against the Johnstown Tomahawks. The Titans came out strong, scoring 3 goals in the first eight minutes of the first period, credited to Andrew Husted, Gordie Helmuth and Jordan Kaplan. Continuing through the second period, the Titans score another 3 goals by Todd Goehring, Nick Boyagian and Jordan Kaplan. The Titans add in other 2 goals during the third period credited to Todd Goehring and Zach Parrott. Daniil Bokun scored the lone goal for the Tomahawks late in the third period. Johnstown goalies, Vinnie Purpura had 5 saves and Drew Hotte had 13 saves. Boxscore

Coulee Region 2 @ Janesville 4 – The Janesville Jets made a remarkable comeback against the Coulee Region Chill Saturday night. Scoreless and down by 2 at the start of the third period, the Jets scored 4 goals credited to Keegan Miller, Cole Paskus, Peter Bates and Michael Maloney. The Chill finished the game with 2 goals, both scored during the second period by Matt Doran and Jacob Schmidt-Svejstrup. Goalie Jacob Barczewski had 23 saves for Janesville for the victory. Joe Marcoullier of Coulee Region had a total of 36 saves. Boxscore

Fairbanks 3 @ MN Magicians 2 – The Fairbanks Ice Dogs got the road victory against the Magicians on Saturday night to salvage a weekend split. The Ice Dogs saw one goal during each period. Goals scored by Hampus Eriksson, Hunter Wendt and Marc Sullivan for Fairbanks. The Magicians goals were credited to Tanner Tweten and Matthew Denman during the second and third period. Erik Gordon of Fairbanks had a total of 29 saves for the win. Ivan Prosvetov had 30 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Wichita Falls 2 @ Shreveport 1 – George McBey of the Wildcats held the Mudbugs to one goal on Saturday with a total of 36 saves for the night in the win. For the Wildcats, one goal was scored during the second period by Ilya Skvortsov and one during the third period by Ryan Burnett. Steven Mather scored the lone goal for the Mudbugs in the third period. John Roberts finished the night with 26 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Bismarck 2 @ Aberdeen 0 – Severi Isokangas of the Bobcats held the Wings scoreless with a total of 31 saves for the shutout win in Aberdeen Saturday night, which snapped the 8-game winning streak of the Wings. Both goals were scored during the second period for the Bobcats, one by Cooper Hear and one by Matthew Barry. Aberdeen goalie Forbes Ploszaj had 22 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Odessa 1 @ Lone Star 2 (OT) – The Lone Star Brahmas got the home, overtime win against the Odessa Jackalopes. The first and third period both remained scoreless, with both goals occurring during the second period. Carson Kelley credited for the Brahmas regulation goal and Zach Zech scored the lone goal for the Jackalopes. Blake Evennou had the winning, overtime goal for the Brahmas. Lone Star goalie, Alec Calvaruso, had 14 saves for the win. Jonny Hogue of Odessa ended the night with 28 saves. The win clinched a playoff berth for the Brahmas. Boxscore

 
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