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Saturday Scores: Magicians pick up road sweep

March 5, 2017

Ryan Solomon helped the Aston Rebels to a weekend sweep of Johnstown and edge closer to the East Division title.

Johnstown 2 @ Aston 3 – The Aston Rebels took the win and sweep on Saturday against the Johnstown Tomahawks. The Rebels had two goals scored in the first period by Auggie Moore and Drew Blackmun and a third goal scored during the second period by Ryan Solomon. The Tomahawks had two goals, both scored by Filips Buncis. Mareks Mitens of Aston had 18 saves for the win. Johnstown goalie Drew Hotte ended the night with a total of 22 saves for the loss.  Boxscore

Northeast 2 @ New Jersey 7 – The New Jersey Titans take home another win against the Northeast Generals. The Titans came out strong with 3 goals in the first period followed by 4 goals in the third period. New Jersey goals were credited to Greg Malafronte, Tyler Antonucci, Anothony Cusanelli, Jordan Kaplan and Gordie Helmuth who contributed 3 goals to the Titans final score. The Generals scored one in the second period as well as one in the third period. Both goals were scored by Matt Wiesner for Northeast. Goalie Brandon Perrone of New Jersey, had a total of 24 saves for the win. David Fessenden finished the night with 36 saves for Northeast. Boxscore

MN Magicians 5 @ Kenai River 1 – Ivan Prosvetov of the Magicians totaled 44 saves for the win against the Kenai River Brown Bears. The Magicians 5 goals were split up between the second and third periods. Goals credited to Parker Mismash, Caleb Hite, Will Hammer and Nikita Kozyrev had two on the night. The Brown Bears lone goal was scored in the third period by Anthony Tzveyn. Colt Hanks of Kenai River had 30 saves and saw relief from Robbie Goor who totaled in 8 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Shreveport 4 @ Odessa 3 (SO) – The Shreveport Mudbugs clenched the shootout win against the Odessa Jackalopes. Tied at one at the end of the first period, Odessa took the lead by scoring 2 goals in the second period. The Mudbugs came back in the third period scoring 2 to tie the game. Cameron Cook was credited with 2 goals for the Mudbugs, Jackson Hartie with one and Frankie Melton with the winning, shootout goal. The Jackalopes goals were seen by Connor Stuart and Ludwig Stenlund, credited with 2. John Roberts of Shreveport ended the night with 13 saves along with Dylan Lubbesmeyer with 11 saves for the win. Jonny Hogue of Odessa finished with 21 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Topeka 3 @ Springfield 2 (OT) – Ryan Snowden of the Topeka RoadRunners finished the night with 39 saves for the overtime win against the Springfield Jr. Blues. Both teams scored one goal during the first period as well as one goal a piece during the second period. Goals were seen by Marshall Bowery and Max Harper of Topeka. Chase Mickelson and Brandon Puricelli scored for Springfield. There were no goals scored during the third period, sending the game to overtime. Alex Frye got the winning overtime goal for the RoadRunners. Goalie Mike Robinson of Springfield ended the night with 43 saves. Boxscore

Wichita Falls 2 @ Corpus Christi 7 – IceRays goalie Tomas Vomacka finished the night with 22 saves for the home win against the Wildcats. For the IceRays, goals were seen by Cody Fleckenstein, Garrett Hallford and Nathan Bryer in the first two periods of the game. Four goals were scored during the third period for the IceRays, credited to David Baskerville, Jayson Dimizio, David Thomson and Nathan Bryer for the second time. The Wildcats goals were scored by Jeff Skinner and Ryan Burnett in the second and third periods. Jared Dempsey of Wichita Falls had a total of 27 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Brookings 4 @ MN Wilderness 0 – Goalie Josh Boyko of Brookings had 36 saves for the shutout win on the road against the Wilderness. The Blizzard had one goal scored in the first period by Nicholas Cardelli, followed by 3 goals scored during the third period. Brandon Kruse scored one goal and Paul Cotter accounted for 2 of the goals for the Blizzard. Luke Kania of the Wilderness had 26 saves for the loss. Boxscore

Austin 1 @ Aberdeen 2  – The Aberdeen Wings take the home victory against the Austin Bruins on Saturday. Tied at one at the end of the first period, the Wings scored an additional goal in the second period, holding the Bruins to zero further points. The Wings saw goals from Riley Murphy and Logan Jenuwine. Travis Kothenbeutel had the lone goal for the Bruins. Arttu Kulmala had 19 total saves for the win. Jake Kucharski finished the night with 34 saves for Austin. Boxscore

Minot 3 @ Bismarck 7 – Severi Isokangas of Bismarck had 31 saves for the home win against the Minot Minotauros on Saturday night. The Bobcats started the game strong, scoring 3 goals in the first period, 2 goals in the second and 2 goals in the third period. The Bobcats goals were credited to Matej Murin, Jordan Fralich, Lukas Millen, Tobias Fladeby, Grant Johnson, Jiei Halliday and Cooper Haar. The Minotauros scored one goal per period. Goals were scored by Reid Stefanson, Alex Adams and Spencer Zwiener for Minot. Lucas Murray finished the night with 17 saves for the Minotauros. Boxscore

Amarillo 6 @ Lone Star 3 – Brandon Bussi of Amarillo ended the night with 25 saves for the win against the Lone Star Brahmas. The Bulls had one goal in the first period scored by George Mika. Followed by 3 goals in the second period seen by Charlie Singerhouse, Alex Truscott and Eric Cooley. The Bulls finished the game by scoring 2 more goals in the third period by Marcus Chorney and again by Eric Cooley. The Brahmas had 2 goals scored in the second period, both by Julian Biondo and one goal scored in the third period by Pete Kessel. Alec Calvaruso of Lone Star had 4 saves along with Max Prawdzik who had 9 saves. Boxscore

Coulee Region 6 @ Fairbanks 4 – Goalie Joe Marcoullier of Coulee Region had a total of 35 saves for the win against the Fairbanks Ice Dogs. The Chill saw 2 goals scored during the first period by Caleb Schroer and Justin Kendall, 2 goals scored during the second period by Marshal Plunkett and Caleb Schroer again, along with 2 goals during the third period both by Jacob Schmidt-Svejstrup. The Ice Dogs saw 2 goals in the first period, and one goal in each the second and third period. Goals credited to Hampus Eriksson, Samuel Ruffin, Daniel Haider and Erkka Vanska for Fairbanks. Erik Gordon had a total of 18 saves for the loss. Boxscore

 
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