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Saturday Scores: Wings post sweep of Chill

February 3, 2013

 Coulee Region 3 @ Aberdeen 5 – The Wings completed the weekend sweep of the Chill thanks to a hat-trick from Peter Krieger.  Coulee Region led 2-1 after two periods on goals from Garrett Henrickson and Derek O’Flynn.  Tanner Holmquist scored for Aberdeen.  However, in the 3rd period it was all Krieger as he scored three times. Justin Parizek picked up the other goal and two assists and Jordan Heller had three assists in the win.  Kevin Becker had the other Coulee Region goal. Boxscore

Corpus Christi 1 @ Topeka 3 – Two 1st period goals from Trace Strahle and Tyler Groat proved to be the difference in the game as the RoadRunners, salvaged a weekend split with a 3-1 home win over the IceRays.  Topeka outshot Corpus Christi 34-19.  Emil Romig had the lone goal for the IceRays, which came on the power play in the 2nd period.  However, Mike Gornall’s 3rd period goal gave Topeka the insurance they needed for the win.  Spencer Viele made 18 saves in the win. Boxscore

Wichita Falls 4 @ Odessa 3 (SO) – The Wildcats completed a three-game road weekend sweep of the Jackalopes thanks to a 4-3 shootout win on Saturday.  George Pagonis was the offensive star for the Wildcats as he had the first Cats goal of the night, two assists and also scored in the shootout.  Other Wichita Falls goals came from Will Vosejpka and Eliot Grauer.  Odessa got goals from Josh Racek, Mike Mezzano and Jimmy Peplinski.  Cooper Cook made 36 saves in the win. Boxscore

Brookings 1 @ Austin 2 (SO) – In front of a record crowd of over 2,100 fans in Austin, the Bruins got a 3rd period goal from AJ Reid and three straight shootout goals to defeat Brookings 2-1 to split the weekend home and home series.  Evan Hesse had the lone goal for Brookings in regulation, which came on the power play.  Reid, Brandon Wahlin and CJ Smith scored in the shootout.  Nick Lehr had 25 saves in the win, while Drew Weigman played well in the loss making 38 saves. Boxscore

Michigan 3 @ Springfield 0 – Goaltender Trevor Gorsuch stopped all 32 shots for his second shutout of the season as the Warriors blanked the Jr. Blues to complete the weekend road sweep.  Michigan took a 1-0 lead in the 1st period on a goal from Josh Shellman.  The lead increased to 3-0 in the 2nd period on goals from Zack Szajner and Jon Farkas.  Ryan Kellenberger faced just 16 shots in the loss and made 13 saves. Boxscore

Fairbanks 3 @ Wenatchee 4 (SO) – The Wild made a big statement by completing a three-game weekend home sweep of the Ice Dogs with a 4-3 shootout win on Saturday night in Wenatchee.  Max McHugh had the shootout winner for the Wild.  Fairbanks got goals in regulation from Devin Loe, Jacob Hetz and Doug Rose.  The Wild responded with goals from Jono Davis, Jacob Barber and Trevor Stewart.  Robert Nichols was in goal for all three wins, including Saturday when he made 21 saves and stopped all Fairbanks shooters in the shootout. Boxscore

Texas 1 @ Amarillo 2 – The Bulls outshot Texas by a wide margin for the second straight night and completed the weekend sweep of the Tornado with a 2-1 win.  After a scoreless 1st period, Ryan Cole and Brady Ferguson gave Amarillo a two goal lead in the 2nd period.  Texas struck back in the 3rd period with a goal from Jackson Leef, but that’s all the Tornado would get on Paul Berrafato, who made 24 saves in the win.  Texas goalie Hunter Leisner also played well, stopping 37 shots. Boxscore

Kenai River 3 @ Fresno 2 – The Brown Bears outshot the Monsters by a wide 32-13 margin and picked up their second win in as many nights against the struggling Monsters.  Alec Butcher and Zac Lazzaro scored in the 1st period to give the Brown Bears an early 2-0 lead.  Fresno struck back with a goal in the 2nd period from Justin Plate.  Kenai River extended the lid midway through the 3rd period with a goal from Alex Jackstadt.  A late goal from Kyle Buffardi wasn’t enough for the Monsters. Boxscore

Soo 5 @ Johnstown 4 – Three, 3rd period goals were the difference as the Eagles completed a perfect three-game road swing with a 5-4 win on Saturday in Johnstown.  Things were looking good for the Tomahawks, who led 3-1 at one point.  Cody Gylling scored the first goal, which was answered by Soo’s Eric Rivard.  Jordan Watt and Cobi Smith-Mass made it 3-1 Johnstown.  Kyle Froese scored late in the 2nd period to give the Eagles momentum that continued in the 3rd period with goals from Alexander Taulien, Brandon Adams and Denver Pierce. Boxscore

Port Huron 4 @ Jamestown 2 – It was a rough weekend for the Ironmen as they dropped their third game of the weekend, as Kyle Plageman scored twice for the Fighting Falcons in their 4-2 win in Jamestown on Saturday.  Plageman scored the first two goals of the game before Ross Pavek answered for the Ironmen.  Dan Dupell stretched the lead to 3-1 before Kenny Curtis made it 3-2 with a power play goal.  However, a late goal from Rick DeRosa secured the win for Port Huron. Boxscore

Minot @ Bismarck – Postponed due to inclement weather conditions

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