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Saturday Scores: Brown Bears part of several weekend sweeps

September 29, 2019

Bismarck forward Will Hillman led his team to a weekend sweep and is now tied for the NAHL goal lead with 7.

Saturday's Box Scores

Kenai River 4 @ MN Magicians 2 - Make it four wins in a row for the Kenai River Brown Bears as they doubled up the Minnesota Magicians 4-2. Konner Lundeen, Theo Thurn, Michael Spinner and Robert McCollum all scored in the victory for the Brown Bears. Landon Pavlisin remained unbeaten in regulation as he stopped 38 of 40 shots. Sasha Shogren and Lucas Kanta scored for Minnesota while Wes Mankowski made 21 saves.
MN Wilderness 1 @ Bismarck 4 - Will Hillman’s two goals helped the Bismarck Bobcats to a 4-1 win over the Minnesota Wilderness on Saturday night. Dawson Klein and Lars Christian Rodne also scored for Bismarck in the win. Andrew Miller only needed to make 18 saves to pick up his first NAHL victory. Tyler Watkins scored the only goal for the Wilderness. Kaleb Johnson was dealt the loss as he made 26 saves.
Corpus Christi 0 @ Lone Star 1 - Cayden Bailey stopped all 21 Corpus Christi shots and Joey Baez had the game’s only goal as the Lone Star Brahmas outlasted the IceRays 1-0. Thomas Daskas picked up the only other point of the night as he assisted on the game winning goal. Cal Sandquist did all he could for the IceRays but ended up with loss, he made 21 saves.
Odessa 4 @ New Mexico 2 - Three goals in less than 30 seconds spoiled the night for the New Mexico crowd as the Jackalopes took care of the Ice Wolves 4-2. Kam Ottenbreit, Vilho Saariluoma and Jan Blasko scored goals in a 27 second span to give Odessa the cushion it needed to cruise to victory. Aeden Drossos also scored for Odessa. Max Miller made 20 saves to grab the win in goal. Keegan Langefels and Drew Lorinchak provided the offense for the Ice Wolves. Henrik Laursen and Josh Graziano teamed up to stop 40 shots.
Fairbanks 6 @ Janesville 0 - The Fairbanks Ice Dogs emphatically finished their sweep of the Janesville Jets as they grounded the Jets 6-0. Jack Johnston potted a pair of goals and two assists. Matt Koethe, Oliver Kjaer, and Luke Ciolli all netted a goal and an assist. Parker Brown added a goal and Dylan Abbott contributed three assists. Austin Ryman stopped all 19 saves he faced to earn his second shutout. Grant Riley made 28 saves in a losing effort for the Jets.
Maryland 5 @ Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 2 - The Maryland Black Bears completed the sweep of the WIlkes-Barre/Scranton Knights as they won Saturday’s game by a score of 5-2. Brayden Stannard and Jackson Sterrett each tallied a goal and an assist. Luke Mountain, Max Borst, and Aidan McDowell all scored as well for Maryland. Cooper Black stopped 30 shots to pick up the win. Lincoln Hatten and Spencer Kring scored for the Knights. Zach Stejskal took the loss as he made 30 saves.
Minot 4 @ St. Cloud 3 - The Minot Minotauros completed their sweep of the St. Cloud Blizzard as Andranik Armstrong-Kingjade potted a pair of goals in the 4-3 win. Kyler Kleven and Kevin Ness both scored for the Minotauros. Jay Buchholz chipped in three assists. Ben Garrity earned the win in net, he made 21 stops. Brady Bjork, Bud Winter and Wyatt Thole all scored goals for the Blizzard. Travis Allen made 32 saves in the loss.
Jamestown 1 @ Northeast 4 - A late flurry of goals from the Generals propelled them to a 4-1 win over Jamestown. Jared Lambright scored the game winner while Liam McCanney, Ethan Destefani and Jack Ring all scored for the Generals. Cam Gaudette notched three assists for Northeast. Arttu Ruotsalainen got the win in goal as he made 31 saves. Matt Stoia scored the only goal for Jamestown while Noah West took the loss in net, making 32 saves.  
New Jersey 6 @ Johnstown 5 (SO) - Mitch Machlitt scored the only goal in the shootout to give the New Jersey Titans a 6-5 win over the Johnstown Tomahawks. Mac Wiseman, Cam Gendron, Chris Garbe, Tyler Nielsen and Machlitt all found the back of the net for New Jersey. Arseni Sergeev made 24 saves in regulation and didn’t allow a goal in the shootout. Carson Gallagher netted a pair of goals for Johnstown while Quinn Warmuth, Bennett Stockdale and Matthew Doyle also chipped in goals. Alex Tracy denied 25 of 30 New Jersey shots. 
Shreveport 2 @ Amarillo 4 - Matt Allen’s two goals lifted the Amarillo Bulls to their first win on home ice this season as the Bulls topped the Mudbugs 4-2. Aaron White scored and added two assists and Niclas Puikkonen scored as well. Max Gutjahr turned aside 21 shots. Dawson Sciarrino and Sam Miller scored for the Mudbugs in the loss. Richie Parent made 30 saves.
Topeka 5 @ Springfield 4 - Connor Zilisch’s fifth goal of the season stood as the game winner as the Topeka Pilots held off the Springfield Jr. Blues 5-4. Austin McCarthy and Nick Nardecchia each grabbed a goal and an assist. Quinn Green and Kyler Yeo found the back of the net as well for Topeka. Guy Blessing made 40 stops to earn his first NAHL win. Trent DeNuccio lit the lamp twice, Danila Larionovs and Caden Villegas also contributed offensively for the Jr. Blues. Ryan Wilson and Henry Graham combined for 28 saves.
Austin 3 @ Aberdeen 2 (OT) - Jed Pietila’s second goal of the game came with just 0.6 seconds remaining in overtime as the Austin Bruins knocked off the Aberdeen Wings. Ben Almquist scored a goal and had an assist in the game. Tyler Shea improved to 1-1 on the season, he made 37 saves. Clayton Cosentino and David Vaysberg scored for the Wings. Henry Welsch stopped 27 shots for Aberdeen.
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