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Saturday Scores: Steel streak now at eight with sweep

October 27, 2019

Fairbanks Ice Dogs forward Adam Eisele had three points in a weekend road sweep in Amarillo, including the overtime-winner on Saturday.

Saturday's Box Scores

Chippewa 4 @ Janesville 1 - Make it eight straight wins for the Chippewa Steel as the topped the Janesville Jets 4-1. Connor Szmul potted a pair of goals while Killian Kiecker-Olson notched a goal and two assists. Jacob Dirks also had a goal and an assist for the Steel. Trent Burnham wasn’t tested often but when he was, he was up to the task as he made 18 saves. Isaac Novak provided the only offense for Janesville as he scored the team’s only goal. Grant Riley stopped 26 of 30 in a losing effort. 
 
Fairbanks 4 @ Amarillo 3 (OT) – Adam Eisele’s first of the season came in sudden death overtime and gave the Fairbanks Ice Dogs a weekend sweep over the Amarillo Bulls.Laker Aldrige, Luke Ciolli and Tyler Deweese all found their way on to the scoreboard as they netted goals for the Ice Dogs. Mattias Sholl was excellent once again in goal as he made 30 saves for his second straight win. Jonathan Young scored twice while Jordan Venegoni also found the back of the net. Charlie Glockner took the loss in net as he made 18 stops. 
 
Jamestown 1 @ New Jersey 2 - Michael Outzen’s third period goal lifted the New Jersey Titans to a 2-1 win over the Jamestown Rebels. Josef Glamos tied the game midway through the second period thanks to Chris Garbe and Kyle Jeffers. Tyler German started the scoring for the Rebels as he netted his first of the 2019-2020 season. Arseni Sergeev grabbed the win in goal for the Titans, stopping 32 of 33 while Jon Howe was dealt the loss after denying 30 shots on goal. 
 
Lone Star 7 @ Odessa 4 – Five first period goals set the tone for the Lone Star Brahmas as they defeated the Odessa Jackalopes by a score of 7-4. Joey Baez led all skaters with three points. Matthew Rickard and Matt Guerra each tallied goal and an assist. Dylan Smith, Cooper Haar, Michal Stinil, Patricks Ozols and Noah Roofe all got on the scoresheet in the win. Cayden Bailey and Ludvig Persson combined for 20 saves in the win. Michael Sacco scored a pair of goals for the Jackalopes while Ben Thomas and Vilho Saariluoma also found the back of the net. Aaron Randazzo and Zach Stern teamed up to make 17 saves.
 
Kenai River 4 @ Maine 6 - Cannon Green scored twice and added an assist as the Maine Nordiques pulled out a 6-4 win over the Kenai River Brown Bears. Vincent DeSanctis chipped in a goal and an assist while Jack Strauss, Noah Kane and Emmanuel Sanchez all found the scoresheet. Connor Androlewicz won his second game of the weekend as he made 28 saves on 32 shots. Logan Ritchie, Ryan Reid, Cody Moline and Robert McCollum all found the back of the net for Kenai River. Landon Pavlisin made 23 saves.
 
Shreveport 2 @ New Mexico 1 – 34 saves from Richie Parent were enough for the Shreveport Mudbugs to outlast the New Mexico Ice Wolves 2-1. Conor Witherspoon and Ryan Waltman provided the offense for the Mudbugs. Emil Gabrielson scored the lone goal for New Mexico. Josh Graziano took the loss in goal as he made 27 saves. 
 
Bismarck 5 @ St. Cloud 1- Daniel Chladek’s two goals led the Bismarck Bobcats as they took it to the St. Cloud Blizzard 5-1. Will Hillman continued his strong play with another goal for Bismarck. Grant Johnson and Carl Fish also tallied goals for the Bobcats. Andrew Miller was nearly perfect as he denied 19 of 20 St. Cloud shots. Ryan O’Neil scored the lone goal for the Blizzard while Caleb Wall made 22 saves in the loss.
 
MN Wilderness 3 @ Aberdeen 2 (OT) - Nate Horn’s goal in overtime helped the Minnesota Wilderness avoid a sweep at the hands of the Aberdeen Wings. Lewis Crosby and Chikara Hanzawa scored for the Wilderness in regulation while Kaleb Johnson made 35 stops for Minnesota.Jakob Breault and Evan Googins were the goal scorers for Aberdeen. Jake Sibell took the loss in goal as he made 30 saves on 33 chances.
 
Austin 4 @ Minot 5 – Braeden Bartoo’s three point night led the Minot Minotauros to a 5-4 win over the Austin Bruins. Adnranik Armstrong-Kingkade and Cole O’Connell each grabbed a goal and an assist as well. Cade Stibbe also found the back of the net in the win. Ben Garrity picked up the win in the crease as he made 27 stops. Hugh Larkin tallied a goal and an assist while Tiernan Shoudy, Ben Almquist and Kevin Gabor scored for the Bruins. Zach Hansen and Brett Miller made 27 saves for Austin. 
 
Northeast 3 @ Johnstown 1 - Joey Stanizzi turned aside 25 of 26 shots to earn the win as the Northeast Generals took down the Johnstown Tomahawks by a score of 3-1. Joseph Mancuso, Trevor Smith and Ethan Destefani all lit the lamp for the Generals. Spencer DenBeste provided the only offense for Johnstown while Alex Tracy made 20 saves in the loss.
 
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 2 @ Maryland 5 - The Maryland Black Bears eared themselves a weekend split after knocking off the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights by a score of 5-2.Hampus Rydqvist tallied two goals while Garrett Szydlowski, Aden Bruich and Kyle Oleksiuk all found the back of the net as well. Andrew Takacs stopped 23 of 25 shots to preserve the victory. Lincoln Hatten provided both of the Knights goals on Saturday. Alex Contey took the loss in net, making 27 saves on 32 shots. 
 
Topeka 1 @ Corpus Christi 0 (OT) – We went scoreless until the 2:56 mark overtime, Kaiden Scott buried the only goal of the night and the Pilots escape Corpus with three points and sole possession of first place in the South Division. The IceRays got a great effort from Cal Sandquist, who made 23 saves on 24 shots. 
 
MN Magicians 2 @ Springfield 3 (SO) - For the second straight night, the Minnesota Magicians and Springfield Jr. Blues needed extra time and this time it was Caden Villegas scoring the only goal in the shootout to give the the Jr. Blues a 3-2 win. Danila Larionovs and Cole Schneider scored in regulation for Springfield while Josh Bohlin and Jake Seitz scored for the Magicians. Ryan Wilson earned the win in goal as he made 30 saves while Samuel Vyletelka made 33 saves. 
 
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