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Friday Finals: Gendron's hat-trick leads Titans to 6th straight win

October 26, 2019

Shreveport and former Team NAHL forward Billy Feczko had a goal and an assist in a 6-3 road win on Friday, helping the Mudbugs to their fourth straight win.

Friday's Box Scores

Jamestown 0 @ New Jersey 7 - Cam Gendron notched a hat trick while Kyler Head grabbed a goal and three assists as the New Jersey Titans rolled to a 7-0 win over the Jamestown Rebels. Patrick Pugliese picked up his first shutout of the year as he made 25 stops. Gavin Gulash, Matt Cameron and Mitch Machlitt all found the back of the net in the victory. Noah West made 28 saves in the loss for Jamestown. 
Shreveport 6 @ New Mexico 3 – Six different Mudbugs found the back of the net as they defeated the New Mexico Ice Wolves 6-3. Jack Smiley, Brent Keefer, Ryan Waltman, Billy Feczko, Davis Goukler and Sam Miller all scored for the Mudubgs. Maiszon Balboa ended up with 34 saves on the night. Philip Ekberg lit the lamp twice while Spencer Rudrud provided a goal as well for New Mexico. Josh Langford took the loss in goal as he made 25 saves. 
Chippewa 2 @ Janesville 1 (OT) - Luke Farthing’s goal in overtime secured a seventh straight win for the Chippewa Steel as they bested their in-state rival Janesville. Connor Szmul scored his eighth of the season for Chippewa while Trent Burnham stopped 32 of 33 shots. Jack Rhode scored the lone goal for the Jets, a power play tally assisted by Jake Dunlap and Isaac Novak. Grant Riley denied 31 of 33 shots. 
MN Magicians 4 @ Springfield 3 (OT) - Lucas Kanta scored just 30 seconds into overtime to give the Minnesota Magicians a 4-3 overtime win in Springfield. Jake Seitz potted a pair of goals and Freddie Macciocchi also found the back of the net. Marko Reifenberger led all players with three assists. Samuel Vyletelka stopped 28 shots to get the win in goal. Hunter Longhi scored twice for the Jr. Blues and Cameron Wuesthoff tallied a goal and an assist. Alex Proctor stopped 24 shots.
Bismarck 4 @ St. Cloud 5 (SO) - Adam Flammang’s goal in the shootout gave the St. Cloud Blizzard a 5-4 win over the Bismarck Bobcats. Ryan O’Neil had a goal and two assists for the Blizzard while Flammang had a goal and an assist in regulation. Andrew Hicks and Owen Belisle all found the back of the net for St. Cloud. Britt League made 39 saves for the Blizzard. Trea Irey, Will Hillman and Nicolas Appendino each had a goal and an assist while Lars Rodne also got on the scoresheet. Ryan Ullan stopped 17 shots.
MN Wilderness 3 @ Aberdeen 5 - A late third period surge secured a win for the Aberdeen Wings as they defeated the Minnesota Wilderness 5-3. The Wings found the back of the net three times in the final seven minutes, receiving goals from Jakob Breault, Evan Googins and Natan Vertes. Noah Etter and Zach Aughe also lit the lamp for Aberdeen. Henry Welsch secured the win by making 25 saves. Zach Michaelis, Lewis Crosby and Mitch Allard scored for the Wilderness in the loss. Jonathan Mor made 37 saves.
Lone Star 4 @ Odessa 0 – Cayden Bailey’s third shutout of the season led the Lone Star Brahmas to a 4-0 blanking of the Odessa Jackalopes. Bailey stopped all 21 shots thrown his direction while Joey Baez led the offense with a goal and two assists. Thomas Daskas, Patriks Ozols and Skylar Gutierrez all added goals for the Brahmas as well. Aaron Randazzo made 31 saves in the loss. 
Austin 4 @ Minot 3 (SO) – Ben Almquist’s goal in round three of the shootout locked up the win for the Austin Bruins over the Minot Minotauros. Carson Riddle and Tiernan Shoudy each had a goal and an assist in regulation while Josef Mysak also chipped in as well. Ryan Petersen, Ville Immonen and Jay Buchholz scored goals for Minot in the loss. Brett Miller got the win in goal as he made 23 saves. Ben Garrity stopped 36 of 39 in the loss for Minot.
Kenai River 2 @ Maine 3 - Two goals late in the third period propelled the Maine Nordiques to a 3-2 win over the Kenai River Brown Bears. Kevin Pitts scored with 2:57 left in regulation to give the Nordiques two points in the standings. Cale Dubrul tied the game 39 seconds earlier on the power play, set up by Isaiah Fox and Makem Demers. Jacob Crespo had the opening goal for Maine. Peter Morgan and Logan Ritchie scored for the Brown Bears in the loss. Connor Androlewicz got the win by making 26 saves. Landon Pavlisin took the tough loss as he denied 48 chances.
Northeast 2 @ Johnstown 3 - Spencer DenBeste’s third period tally stood as the game winner as the Tomahawks topped the Generals 3-2. It was DenBeste’s second goal of the game and sixth of the season. Carson Gallagher netted his 10th goal of the season in the win. David Tomeo earned the win in goal as he made 26 stops. Joseph Mancuso and Dylan Schuett tallied for the Generals while Joey Stanizzi stopped 37 shots in a losing effort. 
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 5 @ Maryland 4 (OT) - Lincoln Hatten scored 67 seconds into overtime to lift the Knights to a 5-4 win over the Black Bears. Liam Haslam, Zak Currie, Beck Moore and Jordan Strand all registered goals for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Alex Contey stopped 24 shots to improve to 2-2 on the season. Luke Mountain had a goal and an assist for Maryland while Garrett Szydlowski, Hampus Rydqvist and Ethan Heidepriem all scored as well. Cooper Black took the loss as he made 35 saves on 40 shots.
Fairbanks 4 @ Amarillo 2 – The Fairbanks Ice Dogs doubled up the Amarillo Bulls 4-2 as Parker Brown, Laker Aldrigde, Jack Johnston and Oliver Kjaer all found the back of the net. Mattias Sholl turned aside 28 of the 30 shots he faced to grab the win in goal. David Hill and Aaron White each had a goal and an assist for Amarillo. Max Gutjahr stopped 19 shots in the loss.
Topeka 3 @ Corpus Christi 4 (SO) – Cole Golden scored the game deciding goal in the shootout as Corpus Christi outlasted the Topeka Pilots 4-3. Shane Bull led the IceRays offense with a pair of goals while Ryan Coughlin chipped in a goal and an assist. Cal Sandquist picked up the win in relief stopping all 12 shots he faced in regulation. Luc Salem, Connor Zilisch and Kaiden Scott all scored for Topeka. Guy Blessing stopped 34 of 37 shots he faced.
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