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Friday Finals: Jets clinch playoff berth with win

February 25, 2017

Alex Adams scored twice on Friday night to lead Minot to their 4th straight win.

Kenai River 3 @ Janesville 4 – Goalie Jacob Barczewski of the Jets had 18 saves for the win Friday against the Brown Bears. The win clinched a playoff berth for the Jets. There were 3 goals scored in the first period, 2 for the Jets credited to Cullen Munson and Cole Paskus, and 1 for the Brown Bears scored by Sam Sterne. Another four goals were scored during the second period, keeping the third period scoreless. Janesville kept their lead by putting up another 2 goals scored by Joseph Abate and Jakov Novak. The Brown Bears saw 2 goals by Evan Butcher and Jonathon Marzec. Colt Hanks of Kenai River had 34 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Northeast 2 @ Aston 3 – The Aston Rebels beat the Northeast Generals at home on Friday night, 3-2. The Aston Rebels took the lead early on by three, with one goal in the first period and two goals in the second period. Rebels goals credited to Ryan Patrick, Auggie Moore and Ryan Solomon. The Generals came back in the third period scoring 2 goals to finish the game. Goals were by Justin Jallen and Bret Parker. Mareks Mitens of Aston had 19 saves for the win. David Fessenden, goalie of Northeast, had 43 saves total for the night. Boxscore

Austin 3 @ Minot 4 – Lucas Murray had 22 saves for the home win against the Austin Bruins on Friday night. A total of 3 goals were scored during the first period, 2 for Minot and 1 for Austin. Minot extended their lead during the second period with one goal credited to Austin Martinsen. Another 3 goals were scored during the third period, 2 for Austin and 1 for Minot. Michael Talbot scored for Minot as well as Alex Adams who had 2 goals. Austin saw goals from Travis Kothenbeutel, Jason Koehn and Jon Richards. Austin goalie, Alex Schilling, finished the night with a total of 26 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 3 @ Johnstown 4 –Vinnie Purpura of Johnstown had 19 saves for the comeback win on Friday against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights. It was a close game to the end, with the Knights ahead at the start of the third period. The Tomahawks had one goal to start the game in the first period scored by Nick Bruce, and then 3 goals for the comeback win during the third period. Goals credited to Mitchell Hale, Logan Stork and Reagan Wortz. Two goals scored for the Knights during the first period and one goal during the third period. Goals seen by Vince Marino, Paul Maust and Mike Gelatt. Boxscore

Amarillo 0 @ Wichita Falls 3 – George McBey of the Wildcats got 23 saves for the shutout win against the Amarillo Bulls on Friday night. Keeping the Bulls scoreless all night, the Wildcats saw one goal in the first period by Jeff Skinner and 2 goals in the second period credited to Ricky Carballo and Ryan Burnett. Goalie Nikita Babintsev of Amarillo finished with 36 saves for the night. Boxscore

Fairbanks 3 @ Springfield 0 – Erik Gordon of the Ice Dogs had 39 saves for the shutout win on the road against the Jr. Blues. Fairbanks had one goal in the first period scored by Connor Chilton. Luke Orysiuk and Ryan Kero added two goals during the third period. Goalie of the Jr. Blues, Jordan Greenfield-Flemon, ended the night with 33 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Lone Star 2 @ Corpus Christi 1 (OT) – The Lone Star Brahmas got the overtime victory against the Corpus Christi IceRays on Friday night, which snapped the IceRays’ 7-game winning streak. The game remained scoreless until the third period with both regulation goals scored within less than a minute of each other resulting in a tie at one. Regulation goals seen by Carson Kelley of the Brahmas and Jayson Dimizio of the IceRays. Troy York had the overtime goal for the overtime victory. Max Prawdzik of Lone Star had 21 saves for the win. Goalie Tomas Vomacka of Corpus Christi ended the night with a total of 26 saves. Boxscore

MN Wilderness 2 @ Brookings 1  – Trevor Micucci of the Wilderness had 34 saves for the road win against the Blizzard. This exciting matchup was close from the start with two goals during the second period, one for the Wilderness scored by Tristan Rostagno and one for the Blizzard scored by Chase Gamelin. Nick Altmann of the Wilderness was credited with the winning goal with 3 minutes left in the third period. Goalie for Brookings, Josh Boyko ended the night with 30 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Odessa 3 @ Shreveport 2 (OT) – Jonny Hogue ended the night with 30 saves for the overtime win against the Mudbugs. There were 4 points seen during regulation, Shreveport scored the first goal during the first period, with the 3 remaining goals all scored during the second period, keeping the third period scoreless. Odessa saw goals from Ludwig Stenlund and Zach Zech. Shreveport goals were credited to Brendon Grysbers and Cameron Cook. Chase Thudium had the winning overtime goal for the Jackalopes. Goalie Dylan Lubbesmeyer of Shreveport had 34 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Aberdeen 2 @ Bismarck 4 – Severi Isokangas of the Bobcats held the Wings to two goals with a total of 25 saves for the home win Friday night. Out of the total 6 goals scored, 5 of them were scored during the third period, 2 for the Wings and 3 for the Bobcats. The Bobcats took the lead during the first period with one goal scored by Matthew Barry. Followed by goals credited to Jordan Fralich, Nick Alexander and Cooper Hear during the third period. Aberdeen goals were seen by Carson Dimoff and Joey Strada. Forbes Ploszaj had 19 saves for Aberdeen for the loss. Boxscore

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