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Saturday Scores: Jets sweep tightens Midwest race

October 14, 2018

Shreveport forward Jack Johnson (top) and New Jersey forward Kyle Jeffers (below) each had big nights to help their respective teams pick up weekend sweeps.

Saturday’s Box Scores

Janesville 2 @ Kenai River 1 (SO) - Jack Vincent was the shootout hero for the Janesville Jets as they defeated the Kenai River Brown Bears 2-1 in a shootout. Stanislav Dosek had the only goal for Janesville in regulation as the game was tied until the 17:28 mark of the third period. Zach Krajnik responded just 30 seconds later to force overtime and guarantee at least one point for the Brown Bears. Cole Brady stole the show in goal as he turned aside 41 shots while also stopping all three Kenai River shooters in the skills competition. Gavin Enright played very well in the loss, he stopped 23 of 24 shots.
 
New Jersey 6 @ Jamestown 3 - Kyle Jeffers and Cam Gendron each potted two goals as the New Jersey Titans finished off their sweep of the Jamestown Rebels, winning on Saturday 6-3. Ryan Naumovski scored a goal and added two helpers. Craig McCabe also scored for the Titans. Bandon Perrone got the win in goal by making 17 saves. Augistine Moore, Alex Frye and Lukas Uhler all scored for the Rebels. Noah West took the loss in goal as he made 18 stops. 
 
Amarillo 4 @ Shreveport 5 (SO) - The Mudbugs picked up a weekend sweep of the Amarillo Bulls thanks to Billy Feczko, who scored the game deciding goal in the shootout. Jack Johnson led the Mudbugs in regulation as he scored two goals and had an assist. Warren Natyshak and Grant Bondy also found themselves on the scoresheet for Shreveport. Leo Chuard grabbed his fifth win of the season by making 49 saves. Gabriel Seger had two goals for Amarillo while Logan Jenuwine had a goal and an assist. Trey Bagwell found the back of the net as well. Ryan Winter was stuck with the loss as he made 33 saves. 
 
Springfield 4 @ MN Magicians 5 (SO) - Chris Konin’s goal in the shootout lifted the Magicians to a 5-4 win and a weekend sweep of the Jr. Blues. Isaac Henkemeyer-Howe netted two goals on the night while Cameron Buhl and Matthew Stanton also lit the lamp. Ethan Haider was the winner in between the pipes as he made 20 saves. Max Brainin supplied two goals for Springfield while Brandon Puricelli scored a goal and added an assist. Artjoms Lapiks also scored for the Jr. Blues. Jack Williams took the loss in goal, he made 36 stops. 
 
Chippewa 3 @ Fairbanks 4 (OT) - Jack Johnston’s goal in overtime gave the Fairbanks Ice Dogs the win and a sweep of the Chippewa Steel. Fairbanks got goals from Luke Ciolli in the 1st period, Jonathan Sorenson in the 2nd period, and Lucas Erickson in the 3rd period. The Steel erased leads of 2-0 and 3-1 to ultimately tie the game and send it to overtime. Nate Reid picked up the win in goal, while Jackson Bernard took the loss in goal for the Steel.
 
Northeast 6 @ Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 4 - Brady Gaudette and Louis Boudon each scored a pair of goals and led the Northeast Generals to a 6-4 win over the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights. Connor Marshall and Liam McCanney also found the back of the net for Northeast. Marko Sturma picked up the win in goal as he made 24 saves. Gabe Temple, Adrian Danchenko, and Blake Kryska each had a goal and an assist for the Knights in the loss. Jake Fuss found twine as well while Samuel Vyletelka made 27 saves.
 
Johnstown 5 @ Maryland 4 - Cameron Hebert scored the game winning goal with just under a minute to play to salvage a series split for the Johnstown Tomahawks. The goal was Hebert’s second of the night. Samuel Solensky found the back of the net and had two assists for Johnstown while Joey Baez and Sean Bauchens had one goal each. Carter McPhail was the winner in between the pipes, he made 36 saves. Cameron Teamor and Dayton Mannon had a goal and an assist. Lukas Ljungblom also scored for the Black Bears. David Tomeo took the loss despite making 53 saves. 
 
Austin 3 @ MN Wilderness 4 (SO) - Luke Dow’s goal in the shootout was the difference as the Wilderness topped the Bruins 4-3. Ondrej Trejbal had a goal and an assist for Minnesota. Isaac Kobienia and Gino Lucia also had goals for the Wilderness. Ryan Fanti made 29 saves in regulation to pick up the win. He also stopped all six shooters in the shootout. Che Landikusic led the Bruins with two points, one goal and one assist. Hugh Larkin and Ian Mageau also scored for Austin. Brett Miller took the loss in net as he made 18 saves.
 
Lone Star 2 @ Corpus Christi 3 - Bud Winter’s two goals led the way for Corpus Christi as they picked up a 3-2 win over the Lone Star Brahmas. Blake Bennett had a goal and an assist while Coltan Wilkie had two assists. Sam Best was at his best tonight as he made 20 saves on 22 shots. Matt Guerra provided all the offense for Lone Star but it wasn't enough. Harrison Feeney made 28 saves in the loss.
 
Minot 1 @ Aberdeen 3  - Two goals in ten seconds was enough cushion for the Aberdeen Wings as they topped the Minotauros 3-1. Joe Strada and Connor Beatty supplied the back to back goals for Aberdeen. Shawn Kennedy also scored for the Wings in the victory. Matt Vernon was incredible in goal as he made 37 saves to pick up the win. Taylor Lantz provided the lone goal for Minot. Nicholas Grabko was given the loss as he made 33 saves.
 
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