Saturday Scores: Steel get back on track with sweep
December 1, 2019
Springfield 0 @ Chippewa 4 - Grant Boldt stopped all 25 shots fired in his direction to pick up his first NAHL shutout as the Chippewa Steel blanked the Springfield Jr. Blues 4-0. Jacob Dirks and Killian Kiecker-Olson each registered a goal and an assist. Ryan Kerchoff and Nik Norman also lit the lamp for Chippewa. Ryan Wilson was given the loss as he made 30 saves for Springfield.
MN Magicians 3 @ Kenai River 1 - The Minnesota Magicians completed the sweep of the Kenai River Brown Bears as the Magicians were able to capture a 3-1 win on Saturday night. Jake Hale, Chris Konin, and Robert Christy all found the back of the net in the win for Minnesota. Wes Mankowski picked up his second win of the year for the Magicians. Logan Ritchie netted the only tally for the Brown Bears, it was his 10th goal of the season. Danny Fraga was dealt the loss for Kenai River.
Topeka 3 @ Odessa 1 - The Topeka Pilots completed their sweep of the Jackalopes as they defeated Odessa 3-1 on Saturday night. Vincent Corcoran, Kyler Yeo and Connor Zilisch all scored in the victory. Josh Langford picked up his first win as a Pilot as he denied 15 shots. Matt Hutton was the lone goal scorer for Odessa while Aaron Randazzo made 38 saves for the Jackalopes.
Janesville 1 @ Fairbanks 2 - Matt Koethe’s ninth goal of the season was the difference as the Fairbanks Ice Dogs edged the Janesville Jets 2-1. Koethe also assisted on the Ice Dogs’ first goal scored by Luke Ciolli. Mattias Sholl earned the win by stopping 17 of 18 Janesville shots. Jake Dunlap scored the only goal for the Jets while Grant Riley made 36 stops in a losing effort.
New Mexico 6 @ Corpus Christi 2 - Six different Ice Wolves found the back of the net as New Mexico topped Corpus Christi 6-2. Keegan Langefels led all skaters with a goal and two assists. Alex Dominique and Zach Frisk each contributed a goal and an assist. Spencer Rudrud, Philip Ekberg and Tristan Rand also found the back of the net for the Ice Wolves. Henrik Laursen got his second win of the year as he made 24 saves. Shane Bull and Ryan Coughlin scored for the IceRays while Jeremy Forman and Cal Sandquist combined for 26 saves.
New Jersey 7 @ Maryland 4 - The New Jersey Titans bounced back in a big way on Saturday as they defeated the Maryland Black Bears 7-4. Kyle Jeffers led all players with two goals and two assists in the win. Cam Gendron, Jake LaRusso and Kyler Head each tallied a goal and an assist. Michael Outzen and David Parker also lit the lamp for the Titans. Arseni Sergeev made 35 saves for New Jersey. Jackson Sterrett and Hampus Rydqvist each chipped in a goal and an assist while Reid Leibold and Aden Bruich also scored for the Black Bears. Andrew Takacs and Cooepr Black teamed up to make 23 saves in the loss.
Johnstown 3 @ Jamestown 1 - The Johnstown Tomahawks defeated the Jamestown Rebels 3-1 as Colin Price, Max Kouznetsov and Christian Gorscak all found the scoresheet for the Tomahawks. Tristan Poissant tallied two assists while Alex Tracy got the win in goal by making 38 saves. Valentino Passarelli netted the only goal for Jamestown while Noah West took the loss in goal as he made 29 stops.
Amarillo 2 @ Lone Star 4 - The Lone Star Brahmas got back into the win column as they doubled up the Amarillo Bulls 4-2. Will Stromp, Thomas Daskas, Evan Googins and Drew DeCarlo all scored for the Brahmas in the win. Ludvig Persson won his 14th game of the season as he made 28 saves for Lone Star. Matt Allen and Ty Black were the goal scorers for Amarillo while Max Gutjahr made 20 saves for the Bulls.
St. Cloud 4 @ Minot 11 - The Minot Minotauros offense exploded for 11 goals as they annihilated the St. Cloud Blizzard 11-4. Kyler Kleven netted a hat trick and added an assist to lead Minot. Jack Westlund notched two goals and an assist while Dan Russell and Cade Stibbe each chipped in two goals. Andranik Armstrong-Kingkade and Hunter Bjorge got in on the scoring frenzy as well. AJ Ruskowski improved to 3-0 as a starter as he made 37 saves. Jack Suchy netted two goals and an assist. Brady Bjork and Ryan O’Neil also tallied goals for the Blizzard. Tyler Bost and Sam Metcalf combined for 28 saves.