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Saturday Scores: Tomahawks roll to another sweep

January 13, 2019

Jacob Dirks had both game-winning goals and was a +4 to help the Chippewa Steel to a weekend road sweep in Kenai River.

Saturday's Box Scores

Johnstown 6 @ Maryland 0 - The Johnstown Tomahawks finished off a perfect weekend as for the second night in a row they blanked the Maryland Black Bears, this time by a score of 6-0. Cooper Lukenda made 21 saves and grabbed his first shutout of the season. Cameron Hebert and Oliver Benwell each found the back of the net twice and had a pair of helpers. Samuel Solensky also scored and had an assist. Colin Price picked up a goal as well. David Tomeo and Kevin Lake combined for 28 saves for Maryland.
 
Chippewa 4 @ Kenai River 0 - Igor Samokhvalov stopped all 37 Kenai River shots for his second win of the weekend and the Chippewa Steel completed the sweep of the Kenai River Brown Bears. Camden Thiesing and Jacob Dirks each had a goal and an assist in the victory. Hutson Collins and Grisha Gotovets also lit the lamp for the Steel. Gavin Enright was given the loss despite making 25 saves.
 
Aberdeen 4 @ Austin 3 (SO) - The Aberdeen Wings won their 14th game in a row by the skin of their teeth as they saw a 3-0 lead disappear n the third period and came back to win 4-3 over the Austin Bruins in a shootout. John Sladic scored the game-deciding goal in the shootout for the Wings while Nic Sicoly, Thomas Rocco, and Tim Makowski all scored in regulation for Aberdeen. Dante Zapata led the Bruins with three points. Hugh Larkin and Che Landikusic found the back of the net for Austin. Matt Vernon made 26 saves for Aberdeen and did not allow a goal in the shootout. Kyle McClellan was stuck with the loss after making 31 saves.
 
Shreveport 2 @ Corpus Christi 3 (SO) - Blake Bennett was the hero in Corpus Christi as his goal in overtime propelled the IceRays to a 3-2 win over the Shreveport Mudbugs. With the victory, Corpus Christi takes back sole possession of second place in the South Division. Nikita Krivokrasov tallied three points for the IceRays and Nicholas Seitz also scored and grabbed an assist. Sam Best was superb as he turned aside 43 Shreveport shots. Gueorgui Feduolov and Conor Witherspoon had the only goals for the Mudbugs. Richie Parent stopped 33 saves in the loss. 
 
Topeka 2 @ Lone Star 3 (SO) - Andrew DeCarlo scored the only goal and Harrison Feeney stopped all three shooters he faced in the shootout to give the Lone Star Brahmas a series sweep against the Topeka Pilots. Frank Trazzera and Josh Martin scored the goals in regulation for the Brahmas while Valdemar Ahlberg and Quinn Green scored for the Pilots. Feeney got the win in goal for Lone Star with 33 saves. Emil Gransoe took the loss in goal as he made 28 saves.
 
MN Wilderness 3 @ Minot 6 - Keenan Lund could not be stopped on Saturday night as he had an incredible six points on the night including his first hat trick of the season as the Minot Minotauros defeated the Minnesota Wilderness 6-3. Connor McGinnis had three helpers on the night while Andrew Kangas and Fritz Belisle each had a goal and an assist. Wilmer Skoog also lit the lamp in the win. Ben Garrity grabbed the win in goal as he made 20 saves. Jack Johnson, Peter Grytdahl and Dylan Johnson all scored for Minnesota. Ryan Fanti made 26 stops in the loss. 
 
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 3 @ Jamestown 2 (OT) - Tyrone Bronte held off an on coming defender and buried the game winning goal as the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights knocked off the Jamestown Rebels 3-2. Davis Pennington and Jeffrey Bertrand also scored for the Knights. Zach Stejskal scored his 13th win of the year as he made 29 saves. Antonio Venuto and Alex Frye logged the goals for Jamestown, Ryan Keane took the loss, making 14 saves.
 
Odessa 2 @ Amarillo 6 - One night after having their 12 game winning streak, the Amarillo Bulls got back into the win column with a 6-2 decision over the Odessa Jackalopes. Logan Jenuwine continued his absolutely torrid stretch as his three points extended his points streak to 10 games. He now has points in 17 of his last 18. Jason Brancheau, Ryan Lautenbach, Alex Peterson and David Ojamae all found the back of the net for the Bulls. Jason Grande won his 15th game of the year and stopped 20 shots in addition to an assist. Jack Conroy and Connor Smith scored for Odessa and Kade Phipps made 34 saves.
 
Brookings 0 @ Bismarck 5 - Atticus Kelly was a brick wall and stopped all 39 shots thrown his way as the Bismarck Bobcats shutout the Brookings Blizzard 5-0. Sam Malinski lit the lamp twice and had an assist while Ryan Robinson had one goal and two assists. Hunter Johannes and Alex Pollock all scored for Bismarck. George McBey stopped 37 shots for Brookings.
 
Springfield 4 @ Fairbanks 3 - Ben Schmidling’s two goals paced the Springfield Jr. Blues as they knocked off the Fairbanks Ice Dogs 4-3. Blake Finley and Kyle Gudme also scored for Springfield. Janis Voris got the win in the blue paint as he made 37 saves. Luke Ciolli had a goal and an assist while John Stampohar and Luke Mobley also found the back of the net. Nate Reid turned aside 22 shots in the loss.
 
New Jersey 2 @ Northeast 3 - The Northeast Generals held off the New Jersey Titans on Saturday night as they skated away with a 3-2 victory. Connor Marshall led all players with three points, one goal and two assists. Alex Cohen notched a goal and an assist, Kyle Gierman also scored for the Generals. David Fessenden won his eighth game of the season as he made 36 saves. Spencer Stanley and Michael Outzen found the back of the net for the Titans. Brandon Perrone took the loss as made 31 saves.
 
Janesville 1 @ MN Magicians 5 - The Minnesota Magicians scored a huge win on home ice as they took down the Janesville Jets 5-1. John Keranen scored two goals and Andrew Kruse had three assists to lead the Magicians. Matthew Stanton and Carter Breitenfeldt scored a goal and registered an assist. Cameron Buhl added to his franchise goals record with his 35th career goal. Jack Robbel improved to 11-2, making 31 stops. Luke Wheeler scored the only goal for Janesville. Cole Brady took the loss, making 28 saves.
 
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