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Saturday Scores: Ice Dogs stay hot with sweep in Springfield

February 26, 2017

Tobias Fladeby helped the Bismarck Bobcats get back into the Central Division playoff race with a sweep of Aberdeen.

Fairbanks 3 @ Springfield 1 – Goalie Erik Gordon of Fairbanks ended the night with 43 saves against Springfield for the road-win on Saturday, which completed a weekend sweep for Fairbanks. The Ice Dogs had one goal scored in each period of the game, which were credited to Hampus Eriksson, Hunter Wendt and Samuel Ruffin. Ryan Leibold of the Jr. Blues scored the lone goal early in the third period. Springfield goalie, Jordan Greenfield-Flemon, had 38 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 2 @ Johnstown 3 (SO) – Vinnie Purpura of the Tomahawks had a total of 31 saves for the home-win on Saturday night. The Knights started out in the lead scoring one during the first period and adding another during the third period. The Tomahawks came back scoring a goal in the second period followed by a goal during the third period tying the regulation score. Goals scored by Riley Doyon and Donovan Ott for the Tomahawks during regulation. Reed Robinson and Paul Maust were credited goals for the Knights. Joshua Norman of Johnstown had the winning shootout goal. Grant Valentine of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton had a total of 38 saves for the night. Boxscore

Northeast 0 @ Aston 3 – Jack Leavy of the Rebels held the Generals scoreless with 17 saves for the win on Saturday. The Aston Rebels had a total of 3 goals, 1 scored during the first period, and 2 scored during the third period sealing the win. Goals credited to Auggie Moore, Drew Blackmun and Jensen Zerban. Goalie David Fessenden of the Generals ended the night with a total of 44 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Aberdeen 4 @ Bismarck 5 (SO) – Severi Isokangas of Bismarck had 27 saves for the shootout win on Saturday. The Bobcats had 4 goals scored during regulation, 2 during the first period and 2 during the third period. Goals credited to Tobias Fladeby, Jared Resseguie, Lukas Millen and Nick Alexander for Bismarck. The Wings had one lone goal scored in the first period by Gage Mackie followed by 3 more goals during the third period. Aberdeen goals were scored by Tyler Bossert, Colin Raver and Gage Mackie with his second for the night. Tobias Fladeby had the winning shootout goal for the Bobcats. Aberdeen goalie Arttu Kulmala finished the night with a total of 20 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Austin 2 @ Minot 3 – The Minot Minotauros took the early lead on Saturday against the Austin Bruins scoring all three of their points during the first period. Goals credited to Luke Davison and Reid Stefanson scoring 2 for Minot. The Bruins saw one goal in the first period and one goal in the third period, both scored by Jack Murphy. Goalie, Austin Park of Minot, had 19 saves for the win. Jake Kucharski of Austin ended the night with 20 saves, with relief from Alex Schilling who had an additional 8 saves. Boxscore

Kenai River 2 @ Janesville 5 – Jacob Barczewski of Janesville had 16 saves for the win against the Brown Bears. The Jets took the lead early on with 2 goals in the first period and 3 goals in the second period credited to David Schmidling, Chris Dodero, Kip Hoffmann, Cole Paskus and Tanner Polglaze. The Brown Bears had one goal during the second period followed by one goal during the third period. The Kenai River goals were scored by Anthony Tzveyn and Ryan Mezera. Goalie of Kenai River, Robbie Goor, had a total of 30 saves for the loss.  Boxscore

Amarillo 2 @ Wichita Falls 4 – The Wichita Falls Wildcats got the home win against the Amarillo Bulls. The Wildcats scored 3 goals in the first period followed by another lone goal in the third period. Goals credited to Jonathon Waring, Blake Ripley, Ryan Burnett and Ricky Carballo. The Bulls had one goal in the second period scored by George Mika and one goal scored during the third period by Jovan Zimmerman. Goalie Jared Dempsey of Wichita Falls had a total of 26 saves for the win in his return to the net. Amarillo goalie Brandon Bussi ended the night with 27 saves. Boxscore

Coulee Region 4 @ MN Magicians 3 (OT) – The Coulee Region Chill got the overtime victory against the MN Magicians on Saturday night. It was a close game until the end, with both teams battling back and forth between the regulation periods. The Chill saw goals from Caleb Schroer, Kevin Dineen and Justin Kendall. Goals credited to Cameron Buhl, Mitchel Slattery and Will Hammer for the Magicians. Matt Doran of Coulee Region had the winning overtime goal. Brad Arvanitis of the Chill had 30 saves for the win. Goalie for the Magicians, Jake Acton, had a total of 20 saves for the night. Boxscore

MN Wilderness 5 @ Brookings 4  – Luke Kania of the Wilderness had 30 saves for the road win against the Blizzard. This exciting matchup was close until the end with 5 hard fought goals scored during the third period. The Wilderness started out with the lead in the first period followed by 2 goals in the second period and another 2 goals in the third period. Goals credited to Jesse Farabee, Zach Mills, Ashton Altmann with 2 goals, and Charlie Parker with the winning goal with less than two minutes remaining in the game. The Blizzard scored one goal during the second period followed by 3 goals in the third period, credited to Taylor Schneider, Chase Brand and Nicholas Cardelli with 2 goals. Josh Boyko of Brookings ended the night with 29 saves for the loss.  Boxscore

Odessa 0 @ Shreveport 4 – John Roberts of Shreveport had 23 saves for the shutout win against the Odessa Jackalopes on Saturday night. The Shreveport Mudbugs saw 1 goal in the first period, 1 goal in the second period and 2 goals in the third period. Goals were scored by Jack Jaunich, Frankie Melton, Steven Mather and Kieran Durgan. Goalie, Jonny Hogue of Odessa, finished the night with 28 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Lone Star 1 @ Corpus Christi 2 – Goalie, Cam Burggrabe of Corpus Christi, had a total of 31 saves for the win against the Lone Star Brahmas. The IceRays scored one goal during the first period as well as one goal early in the second period. Corpus Christi goals were seen by Cole Gammer and Griffin Loughran. Julian Biondo was credited the lone goal for the Brahmas halfway through the second period. Max Prawdzik of Lone Star ended the night with a total of 20 saves for the loss. Boxscore

 
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