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Sunday Wrap-Up: Johnstown and Springfield pick up wins

December 1, 2013

Patrick Curry scored his team-leading 10th goal to help the Jr. Blues to a 4-1 win in Port Huron on Sunday.

Johnstown Tomahawks 3 @ Wenatchee Wild 2 -The Johnstown Tomahawks took advantage of a pair of third period goals, and Alex Okicki stood strong in net as they defeated the Wenatchee Wild 3-2 on Sunday night at the Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee, WA. The Tomahawks struck first as Mitch Hall’s shot deflected off of a Wenatchee skate and past Chase Perry at 5:22 of the second period. Tyler Basham extended the lead to 2-0 on a slap shot from above the left faceoff circle at 12:06 of the third period. Josh Bowes and Dakoda Menslage each added assists on the goal. Parker Tuomie cut the deficit to one on a power-play goal from the right side of Okicki at 15:43. Trevor Recktenwald scored an empty-net goal to make it 3-1 with 1:03 remaining in the third period. Wenatchee got a Max McLain goal with nine second remaining to make it 3-2, but the Tomahawks killed the final nine seconds for the victory. Okicki earned the win, stopping 36 of 38 shots. Perry took the loss allowing two goals on 19 shots. Boxscore

Springfield Jr. Blues 4 @ Port Huron Fighting Falcons 1 – The Jr. Blues earned a 4-1 win and took three of four points in their weekend road series against the first place Fighting Falcons thanks to win on Sunday. Like they did the night before, the Jr. Blues jumped out to an early lead, only this time they would make it stick. Patrick Curry scored his team-leading 10th goal of the season to give the Jr. Blues a 1-0 lead in the 1st period. The lead increased to 3-0 in the 2nd period as Ji Young Li and Lester Lancaster scored for Springfield. Port Huron finally got on the board as Bryan Yim scored with just over nine minutes remaining, but all hopes of a Port Huron comeback were dashed when less than two minutes later Logan Wendling added an insurance goal. Stefanos Lekkas made 26 saves in the win, while Max Milosek took the loss, making 26 saves. Boxscore

 

 
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