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Saturday Scores: Brahmas, Bailey continue streaks

January 26, 2020

Isaac Moberg had a hat-trick on Saturday to help the Chippewa Steel to a 5-2 win and weekend home sweep.

Saturday's Box Scores

Lone Star 1 @ Corpus Christi 0 - Caydon Bailey notched his third straight shutout and fourth this month as the Lone Star Brahmas blanked the Corpus Christi IceRays 1-0. The only goal of the game came off the stick of Evan Googins with Drew DeCarlo and CJ Walker picking up the assists. It’s the 11th straight win for the Brahmas. Jeremy Forman stopped 21 shots for the IceRays.
 
Maine 2 @ Fairbanks 6 - Adam Eisele potted a pair of goals and Lucas Erickson contributed a goal and two assists as the Fairbanks Ice Dogs defeated the Maine Nordiques 6-2 and increased their point streak to 12 games. Luke Ciolli had a goal and an assist while Tyler Deweese and Laker Aldridge also found the back of the net. Mattias Sholl picked up his second win in as many nights as he made 21 saves. Tristan Thibeault and Ethan Prout picked up the goals for the Nordiques. Avery Sturtz was given the loss as he made 28 stops. 
 
Austin 2 @ Chippewa 5 - The Chippewa Steel finished off their sweep of the Austin Bruins as Isaac Moberg notched a hat trick for the Steel. Jacob Dirks had a goal and two assists while Gordon Whalen chipped in a goal as well. Josef Mysak tallied a goal and an assist while Dante Sheriff’s 14th goal of the season gave him 147 career points, setting the Austin Bruins team record. Trent Burnham improved to 13-8 as he made 33 saves. Tyler Shea took the tough loss as he made 43 stops. 
 
Bismarck 1 @ Minot 2 - Two goals in the second period was all the Minot Minotauros needed to get the win and the sweep of the Bismarck Bobcats. After Bismarck took the lead late in the first period courtesy of Adam Stacho, Kyler Kleven scored just 60 seconds into the middle frame to knot the game at one. Cody Sherman netted the eventual game winner at the 8:59 mark of the second, it was his first goal of the season. Ben Garrity went to 16-8-3 on the year as he made 31 saves, including 17 in the third period. Andrew Miller was dealt the loss despite making 22 saves.
 
New Mexico 2 @ Kenai River 8 - The Kenai River offense exploded for eight goals as they routed the New Mexico Ice Wolves 8-2 and picked up a weekend sweep. Laudon Poellinger scored twice and added an assist to lead the Brown Bears offense. Jack Quinn and Daymin Dodge had a goal and an assist as well. Adam Szubert, Logan Ritchie, Dylan Hadfield, and Brandon Lajoie also lit the lamp for Kenai River. Landon Pavlisin picked up his second win of the weekend. Keegan Langefels and Spencer Rudrud were the goal scorers for New Mexico. Garrett Mackay took the loss in net.
 
Maryland 2 @ Jamestown 3 - Nick Siffringer’s second goal of the night stood as the game winner as the Jamestown Rebels completed the sweep of the Maryland Black Bears, winning on Saturday night by a score of 3-2. Eric Olson had the Rebels first goal early in the second to tie the game at one. Noah West earned the win in goal as he made 28 saves. Hampus Rydqvist and Kyle Oleksiuk netted goals for the Black Bears in the loss. Cooper Black made 29 saves for Maryland. 
 
Amarillo 4 @ Odessa 0 - For the second straight night, the Amarillo Bulls steamrolled the Odessa Jackalopes 4-0. This time it was the Nick Trela show as the forward registered a hat trick, giving him 10 goals on the year. Matt Allen’s 18th of the season was the only other tally from the Amarillo offense. Max Gutjahr picked up the shutout once again for Amarillo, this time only needing to make 9 saves. Zach Stern was busy on the other end as he stopped 48 of 52 shots. 
 
Janesville 4 @ MN Wilderness 3 (OT) - Nick Nardella finished off a two-on-none breakaway in overtime as the Janesville Jets took down the Minnesota Wilderness 4-3. The Wilderness had the lead on three separate occasions as Bram Scheerer netted the games’ first goal only to see Isaac Novak tie it up. Kimball Johnson’s sixth goal of the year put Minnesota back up by one but Justin Thompson tied the game again, just 4:30 into the third period. Garrett Worth’s 8th of the season gave the Wilderness the lead yet again before Carter Hottman’s game tying goal and Nardella’s game winner. Riley Sims allowed just three goals on 40 saves while Isak Johansson made 30 saves on 34 shots in his first NAHL start.
 
Johnstown 5 @ New Jersey 3 - Ryan Poorman netted a pair of goals and Bennett Stockdale had three helpers to lead the Johnstown Tomahawks over the New Jersey Titans 5-3. Pavel Kharin, Matthew Doyle and Carson Gallagher all found the back of the net in the win for Johnstown. Alex Tracy was excellent in net for the Tomahawks as he made 35 saves. Michael Outzen led the New Jersey offense with a goal and two assists. Cam Gendron and Kyler Head tallied goals for the Titans. Patrick Pugliese made 32 saves in the loss.
 
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 3 @ Northeast 4 (OT) - For the second consecutive night, the Northeast Generals converted on the power play in overtime to defeat the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights, this time by a score of 4-3. Jonathan Young blasted the game winner with the man advantage after Gerard Marretta tied the game with just 1:27 left to play in regulation. Ethan Destefani and Liam McCanney lit the lamp earlier in the game for the Generals. Connor Bradford got the win in goal, making 34 stops. Michael Sacco, Johnny Kaljian and Anthony Mastromonica were the goal scorers for the Knights. Alex Contey made 30 saves in a losing effort. 
 
Springfield 2 @ Topeka 5 - The Topeka Pilots earned a series split with the Springfield Jr. Blues by winning 5-2 on Saturday. Nick Nardecchia and Alexander Oberg had a goal and an assist for the Pilots while Quinn Green, Shawn Kennedy and Matt Clark all contributed goals. Josh Langford stopped 23 shots to win the game in goal. Hunter Longhi and Aaron Swanson provided the offense for the Jr. Blues. Ryan Wilson stopped 32 shots. 
 
Aberdeen 6 @ St. Cloud 1 - It was all Aberdeen from the start as the Wings got contributions from six different goal scorers and received points from 12 players. Michael Reed got the scoring started with his first of the year. Cade Nielson, Mack Byers, Jack Powell and Spencer Schneider all scored in the second period to break the game open. Connor Beatty made it a 6-0 game with his seventh goal of the season. Freddie Macciocchi busted the shutout with just over three minutes left in the game. Henry Welsch made 14 saves in the win while Tyler Bost and Caleb Wall combined to make 25 stops.
 
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