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Friday Finals: Bobcats blank Bruins

November 30, 2013

Alex Alger scored twice to help Odessa to a 5-3 win at home over Rio Grande Valley.

Austin Bruins 0 @ Bismarck Bobcats 4 – Aaron Nelson stopped all 33 shots that came his way for his first shutout of the season as the Bobcats picked up a big 4-0 shutout home win over the 1st place Bruins. Seth Blair took care of half the Bobcats scoring as he scored once in the 1st period and again early in the 3rd period to push the lead to 2-0. Evan Giesler and Tommy Malkmus added 3rd period tallies to make the final 4-0.  Austin goalie Nick Lehr made 33 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Brookings Blizzard 3 @ Minnesota Magicians 4 – In a back and forth affair, it was two 3rd period goals by the Magicians that were the difference as Minnesota edged out a 4-3 home win over the visiting Blizzard.  The two teams were tied at 2-2 after two periods as Nick DeCenzo scored both Blizzard goals and Nick and Tony Uglem answered back for Minnesota. Mario Bianchi and Matt Colford scored in the 3rd period to give the Magicians a 4-2 lead. Evan Hesse added a late 3rd period shorthanded goal to draw Brookings to within one. Boxscore

Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees 3 @ Odessa Jackalopes 5 – The resurgent Jackalopes used three, 2nd period goals to pick up another key win in a 5-3 home victory over the Killer Bees in front of over 3,000 fans in Odessa. After the team’s traded goals in the 1st period with Mathieu Briand scoring for the Jacks and Evan Schmidbauer scoring for the Bees, the Jackalopes scored three goals in the 2nd period, two from Alex Alger and one from Leo Lumm. Razmuz Waxin-Engback scored in the 3rd period to make it 5-1 before Ben Greiner and Trent Dillinger scored late for the Killer Bees to make the final, 5-3. Boxscore

Aberdeen Wings 3 @ Minot Minotauros 4 – The Minotauros won their fifth straight game thanks to a quick start and a 44-18 shots advantage in a 4-3 win over the visiting Wings. Colton Kramer and Max Pernhem scored in the opening 10 minutes to put Minot up 2-0. Aberdeen answered back twice with both goals coming from Jonathan Grebosky to tie the score at 2-2. Michael Bigelbach and Alexander Kasitsyn scored to put Minot ahead 4-2. Jake Horton answered for the Wings with an extra attacker goal late in the 3rd period, but Aberdeen could not force a tie. Boxscore

Amarillo Bulls 4 @ Topeka RoadRunners 1 – Colin Delia made 30 saves as the Bulls scored early and often to defeat the RoadRunners 4-1 in Topeka. The win moved Amarillo’s record to 5-0 this season so far against the RoadRunners. It took less than five minutes for Amarillo to jump out to a 2-0 lead on goals from Tyler Gernhofer and Brett Szajner. James Rink would answer back on the power play to make it 2-1, but two more goals from the Bulls’ Roman Ammirato and Brady Ferguson would be all that Delia and the Bulls would need the rest of the way. Boxscore

Coulee Region Chill 1 @ Janesville Jets 5 – After a 1st period goal from the Chill, it was all Jets the rest of the way as Evan Feno scored twice in a 5-1 win in Janesville. Logan Halladay played well again in goal, making 27 saves. After James McGing gave the Chill an early 1-0 lead in the 1st period, the Jets would answer four times in the 2nd period on goals from Grant Stueve, Jordan Himley and two from Feno. Carson Vance would add a 3rd period goal to make the final 5-1. Boxscore

Corpus Christi IceRays 2 @ Wichita Falls Wildcats 5 – The Wildcats opened with a 2-0 lead and never looked back as they moved into sole possession of 2nd place in the South Division with a 5-2 win at home over Corpus Christi. Kirk Van Arkel and Jake Townsend scored to put the Wildcats up 2-0. After a Nick Monfils goal, Ben Kuchera made it 3-1. Corpus Christi cut the lead to 3-2 early in the 3rd period with a goal from Martin Hojbjerg, but that would be as close as the IceRays would get as Colin Staub added two 3rd period goals to put the game out of the reach. Boxscore

Fairbanks Ice Dogs 6 @ Kenai River Brown Bears 5 (OT) – Fairbanks bombarded Kenai River with 53 shots, but it took overtime for the Ice Dogs to post their seventh straight win as they edged Kenai River, 6-5. Kenai River jumped out to a 3-0 lead on goals from Evan Butcher, Jacob Davidson and Albin Karlsson. Johnny Mueller kept Fairbanks in the game with two goals in the 2nd period, while Matt Rudin scored for the Brown Bears to make it 4-2 after two periods.  Fairbanks scored three times in a four minute span in the 3rd period to take a 5-4 lead on goals from Lonnie Clary, Hans Gorowsky and Yannick Vedel. Gustav Berglund would tie the game leading to an overtime goal with four seconds to go from Doug Rose. Boxscore

 

 
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