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Friday Finals: Brookings picks up first win with late heroics

October 19, 2013

Springfield goalie Stefanos Lekkas made 38 saves and then stopped all nine shooters in a shootout win over Michigan.

Bismarck Bobcats 1 @ Brookings Blizzard 2 – A goal with :10 seconds remaining in regulation from Eric Brenk gave the Brookings Blizzard their first win of the 2013-14 season as they beat the Bismarck Bobcats at home, 2-1 on Friday night. Bismarck started the game on the right note as forward Stanislav Dzakhov scored just 1:17 into the game. Brookings would tie the contest thanks to a power play goal late in the period from Jared Goudreau.  That set the stage for Brenk’s game-winner late in the 3rd period. Drew Weigman made 27 saves in the win, while Aaron Nelson took the loss making 37 saves. Boxscore

Corpus Christi IceRays 1 @ Amarillo Bulls 7 – Bulls forward Matt Sieckhaus had a hat-trick and a four point night in a 7-1 win. Bulls forward Kyle Gattelaro also had a four-point night. The Bulls opened with a 3-0 lead after one period on goals from Brendan McGuire, Mike Davis and Gattelaro. Sieckhaus then scored the next two in the 2nd period to increase the lead to 5-0. After IceRays forward Malo Ville scored the only Corpus Christi goal, Carter Penzien and Sieckhaus added two more goals in the 3rd period. Boxscore

Janesville Jets 5 @ Coulee Region Chill 4 – Michael Louria’s goal with just over a minute remaining in regulation gave the Jets a come-from-behind 5-4 win over the Chill. The teams were tied at 3-3 after two periods in a very even game. Tyler Rehm, Kyle Patava and Jordan Himley scored for the Jets, while Ondrej Zehnal, Mac Jansen and Dunk Abbott scored for the Chill. James McGing gave Coulee Region a 4-3 lead just :38 seconds into the 3rd period, but that was answered by Patava and Louria’s game-winner. Boxscore

Wenatchee Wild 4 @ Soo Eagles 5 – The Eagles snapped a small losing streak with a come-from-behind 5-4 win at home over the Wenatchee Wild. The Wild jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the 1st period on two goals from Trey Bradley and another from David Powlowski. AJ Jarosz had the lone Eagles goal. Soo responded with three straight goals in the 2nd period to take a 4-3 lead on goals from Denver Pierce, Mike Sabatini and Ryan Urso.  Troy Loggins would end up tying the game late in the 2nd period for the Wild.  The Eagles game-winner came in the 3rd period off the stick of Chase Matson. Boxscore

Springfield Jr. Blues 2 @ Michigan Warriors 1 (SO) – Jr. Blues goaltender Stefanos Lekkas made 38 saves in regulation and overtime and then stopped all nine Michigan shooters to help the Jr. Blues pick up a 2-1 win on the road in Flint. The Jr. Blues took a 1-0 lead with a 1st period power play goal from Oliver Takacsi-Nagy.  The Warriors responded with a 3rd period goal from Jon Farkas. After a scoreless overtime, the Jr. Blues finally broke the scoreless shootout on the ninth shooter as Brendan Jacques scored. Boxscore

Minot Minotauros 1 @ Minnesota Wilderness 2 (OT) – Michael Covach scored the overtime-winner halfway through the extra session as the Wilderness stayed hot with a 2-1 overtime win over the visiting Minotauros. After a scoreless 1st period, Billy Exell put the Wilderness on the board in the 2nd period.  That was answered early in the 3rd period on a goal from Minot’s Blake Aguilar.  Kasimir Kaskisuo made 17 saves in the win, while Brandon Wildung took the loss, making 32 saves. Boxscore

Austin Bruins 4 @ Aberdeen Wings 1 – The 1st place Bruins solved the Wings and goaltender Chad Catt in a 4-1 win on Friday in Aberdeen.  The Bruins scored three times in the final 4:32 of the game to win and increase their Central Division lead to three points over the Wings. Austin’s Josh Bretner scored the lone goal of the 1st period on the power play, ending Catt’s shutout streak. After a Wings goal from Drew Doyon which tied the game early in the 3rd period, the Bruind rattled off three goals late in the 3rd to win from Sam Kauppila, Lucas Kohls and Bretner’s second of the contest. Boxscore

Topeka RoadRunners 5 @ Odessa Jackalopes 3 – Topeka scored all five goals in the 2nd period to erase an early Jackalopes lead to take the second of a three game series in Odessa. After the Jackalopes took a 1-0 lead in the 1st period on a goal from Chad Guderian, Topeka responded in the 2nd period on two goals from Ryan Polin and others from Cody Champagne, James Ring and Jake Kamrass. Jefferson Martin and Trace Jablin had the other markers for Odessa in the loss. Boxscore

 
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