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Saturday Scores: Prosvetov leads Magicians to sweep of Jets

March 19, 2017

Hampus Eriksson helped Fairbanks to a weekend sweep of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

Janesville 1 @ MN Magicians 2 (SO) – A single-goal game fell in favor of the Magicians to earn their sweep over Janesville this weekend. Regulation goals were scored in the second period, which were credited to Michael Maloney for Janesville, and Tanner Tweten for Minnesota. In the shootout, Tanner Tweten and Travis Brown scored for the Magicians, while Keegan Miller found the back of the net for Janesville. Ivan Prosvetov took the win in net for Minnesota with 53 saves. Jacob Barczewski took the SOL for Janesville after 28 saves. Boxscore

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 0 @ Fairbanks 6 – With two shutout wins for the weekend, the Fairbanks Ice Dogs finished out the weekend against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Saturday night. Fairbanks saw six goals on Saturday, which came from Hunter Wendt, Connor Chilton, Hampus Eriksson (2), Robert Blueger, and Luke Orysiuk.  Erik Gordon earned his fourth shutout of the season with 22 perfect saves in the Ice Dogs’ win. Grant Valentine had 36 stops in the Knights’ loss.  Boxscore

Wichita Falls 1 @ Lone Star 4 – Three straight goals closed out the night for Lone Star, as they took the weekend sweep over the Wildcats. Wichita Falls’ lone goal was scored by Isaac Kobienia. Lone Star saw scoring from Pete Kessel, David Marabella, Troy York, and Austin O’Rourke. Alec Calvaruso took the win in net with 19 saves for the Brahmas, while Jared Dempsey took the loss for Wichita Falls after 26 saves. Boxscore

New Jersey 7 @ Northeast 0 – Seven unanswered goals on Saturday earned the Titans a weekend sweep over the Generals. New Jersey goals were credited to Hunter Alden, Tyler Antonucci, Oskar Stromberg (2), Gordie Helmuth, Greg Malafronte, and Jordan Kaplan. Brandon Perrone earned his first shutout of the season with 28 perfect saves in the Titans’ win. Parker Swanson stopped 24 shots in Northeast’s loss.   Boxscore

Minot 4 @ Austin 3 (SO) – A shootout victory on Saturday gave Minot a weekend sweep over the Austin Bruins. Minot regulation goals came from Alex Adams, Zack Bross and Austin Martinsen. Austin answered with three straight goals from Jan Stefka, AJ Drobot, and Evan Cholak. In the shootout, Minot’s Zack Bross and Alex Adams both scored to seal the win. Austin Park took the win in net for Minot with 29 saves, while Austin’s Jake Kucharski had 29 saves in their SOL.  Boxscore

Amarillo 2 @ Shreveport 3 (OT) – With a 3-2 OT win, the Shreveport Mudbugs swept a weekend of games against Amarillo. The Mudbugs saw goals from Frankie Melton, Jackson Hartje, and Gueorgui Feduolov (overtime game-winning goal). Amarillo’s two goals were scored by George Mika and Nestor Plarsmo. John Roberts took the win in net for Shreveport with 33 saves, while Nikita Babintsev had 30 saves in Amarillo’s OTL. Boxscore

Springfield 3 @ Coulee Region 4 (OT) – Coulee Region grabbed a weekend sweep by finishing off Springfield in overtime on Saturday. Goals for the Chill were scored by Isaac Theisen, Shay Donovan, Caleb Schroer, and the overtime winner came from Jacob Schmidt-Svejstrup. Springfield goals were credited to Aiden Beck, Jordan Muzzillo, and Zachary Tyson. Joe Marcoullier grabbed the win in net for Coulee Region with 41 saves, while Jordan Greenfield-Flemon took the OTL for Springfield with 41 saves.  Boxscore

Corpus Christi 2 @ Odessa 3 (OT) – With a minute remaining in overtime, Odessa sealed their weekend sweep over Corpus Christi with a 3-2 victory. Odessa saw goals from Ludwig Stenlund, Rowman Savidant, and Zach Zech (overtime game-winning goal). Brad Power scored both goals for the Ice Rays. In net, Jonny Hogue took the win for Odessa with 26 saves, while Tomas Vomacka made 38 saves in Corpus Christi’s OTL.  Boxscore

Aston 3 @ Johnstown 2 – With a 3-2 victory over Johnstown on Saturday, the Rebels found a way to split the weekend.  Aston saw goals from Andrew Noel, Dom Garcia and Andrew Bellant. Both goals from Johnstown were scored by Nick Bruce. In net, Jack Leavy grabbed the win for Aston with 15 saves, while Drew Hotte took the loss for Johnstown after 31 saves.   Boxscore

Brookings 4 @ Bismarck 7 – An action-packed series between Brookings and Bismarck closed out with a split weekend on Saturday night. Bismarck had seven goals in their win, with scoring from Chase Hartje, Michael Mahan (2), Zach Kennedy, Tristan Ashbrook, Lukas Millen, and Nick Alexander. Brandon Kruse (2), Brenden Stanko, and Tim Faulkner each scored for the Blizzard. Severi Isokangas took the win in net for Bismarck with 27 saves, while Josh Boyko had 30 saves in Brookings’ loss.  Boxscore

MN Wilderness 4 @ Aberdeen 3 (OT) – Bonus hockey fell in favor of the Wilderness on Saturday night, leading to a weekend split between Minnesota and Aberdeen. The Wilderness saw goals from Zach Mills, Tim Nicksic, Jesse Farabee, and Nick Altmann (overtime game-winning goal). Aberdeen’s scorers included Colin Raver, Carter Roo, and Carson Dimoff. Luke Kania took the win in net for Minnesota with 33 saves, while Forbes Ploszaj made 21 stops in Aberdeen’s OTL. Boxscore

Topeka 4 @ Kenai River 1 – A quick start resulted in a 4-1 win for Topeka on Saturday, capping off a weekend sweep for the RoadRunners in Kenai River. Topeka’s four goals came from Alex Frye, Jeff Makowski, Will Schlagenhauf, and John Wojciechowski. Kenai River’s lone goal was scored by Evan Butcher. In net, Ryan Snowden took the win for Topeka with 34 saves, while Robbie Goor had 28 saves in Kenai River’s loss. Boxscore

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