Saturday Scores: Generals round out playoff field
April 7, 2019
New Jersey 1 @ Northeast 2 - The Northeast Generals are going back to the playoffs as they doubled up the New Jersey Titans, winning 2-1 on home ice. Gerard Marretta and Louis Boudon had the goals for the Generals while David Fessenden stopped 25 of 26 shots fired in his direction. Michael Outzen had the lone goal for the Titans. Ryan Winter made 26 saves for the Titans in the loss.
Amarillo 7 @ Odessa 2 - Logan Jenuwine reached the 60-goal plateau as the Amarillo Bulls routed the Odessa Jackalopes by a score of 7-2. Jake Willets found the back of the net twice while Jason Brancheau had three points of his own. David Ojamae, Nick Trela and Trey Bagwell all found the back of the net and all that too. Jason Grande won his final tune up before the postseason as he made 33 saves. Joseph Winkelmann had a goal and an assist for Odessa while Jack Conroy also tallied a goal. Alex Camarre tallied 34 saves for Odessa.
Shreveport 1 @ Lone Star 2 - Thomas Daskas’ goal with 39 seconds left in regulation lifted the Lone Star Brahmas to a weekend sweep of the Shreveport Mudbugs. Nickolas Wieben also scored for Lone Star while Mark Capkovic netted his 2nd of the year for Shreveport. Matt Sanker stopped 20 of 21 shots for the Brahmas while Maiszon Balboa was making 21 saves.
Brookings 1 @ Minot 4 - Andrew Kangas and Justin Kelly each had a goal and an assists as the Minotauros went on to defeat the Brookings Blizzard, 4-1. Cole O’Connell and David Raisanen also found the back of the net for the. Tauros. Ben Garrity stopped 22 of 23 shots for Minot while Nick Beck made 27 stops for Brookings. Bud Winter provided the only offense for the Blizzard as he scored his 13th goal of the season.
Topeka 1 @ Corpus Christi 4 - Anthony Firriolo had a goal and two assists as the Corpus Christi IceRays finished the regular season with a 4-1 victory over the Topeka Pilots. Jake Stella, Kyle Moore and Tyler Love all found the back of the net in as well. Brian George turned aside 45 of 46 shots fired in his direction. Brendan Schultz had the only goal for Topeka. Jakub Dobes made 28 saves for the Pilots.
Maryland 4 @ Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 5 (OT) - Jordan Strand netted the overtime winner as the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights outlasted the Maryland Black Bears by a score of 5-4. Luke Mountain tied the game in the final minutes to force the extra period for Maryland. Jake Fuss grabbed a pair of goals while Tyrone Bronte and Adrian Danchenko each had a goal and an assist. Zach Stejskal stopped 22 of 26 to pick up the win in goal. Lukas Ljungblom potted a pair of goals and Marek Wazny and Luke Mountain each grabbed a goal in the loss. David Tomeo made 36 saves.
Johnstown 1 @ Jamestown 3 - Noah West stopped 24 shots and the Jamestown Rebels skated to a 3-1 win over the Johnstown Tomahawks. Caleb Price, Hunter Johannes and Alex Frye all lit the lamp for the Rebels in the win. Mitchell Hale had the only goal for Johnstown, who got 33 saves from Cooper Lukenda in the loss.
Bismarck 6 @ Austin 2 - Daniel Chladek had two goals and the Bismarck Bobcats secured the third seed in the Central Division with a win over the Austin Bruins, 6-2. Sam Malinski had a goal and an assist while George Grannis, Andy Stoneman and Ryan Taylor all found the back of the net as well. John Roberts didn't get much action on his end of the ice, only needing to make 17 saves. Jared Christy and Reggie Millette provided the offense for Austin. Kyle McClellan and Tyler Shea combined for 20 stops.
Janesville 3 @ Springfield 4 (OT) - Max Brainin’s goal in overtime propelled the Springfield Jr. Blues to a 4-3 win over Janesville in the regular season finale. Brendan Aird had four assists for the home squad while Ben Schmidling, Caden Villegas each had a goal and an assist. Nick Techel also lit the lamp for the Jr. Blues. Henry Graham picked up the win in net as he stopped 28 of 31 shots. Robby Newton, Sean Driscoll and Luke Wheeler all scored for Janesville while Sam Metcalf stopped 45 of 49 shots.
MN Magicians 3 @ Chippewa 4 (OT) - It only took 18 seconds but Jacob Dirks ended the Chippewa Steel’s first season on a high not as Dirks finished with two goals and an assist. Ian Famulak and Killian Kicker-Olson also found the back of the net for Chippewa. Josh Langford and Gavin Abric combined to stop 31 of 33 shots. Matthew Stanton, Valentino Passarelli and Isaac Henkemeyer-Howe all scored for the Magicians. Jack Robbel made 23 saves for Minnesota.