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Saturday Scores: Mudbugs, Brahmas keep winning in South

November 26, 2023

Fairbanks forward Wyatt Carlson had three goals in a weekend sweep of Kenai River, which included game-winning goals both nights.

Saturday Box Scores

Shreveport 4 @ Odessa 3 – The Mudbugs extended their winning streak to three straight games as they scored two goals late in the 3rd period to come from behind and beat the Jackalopes, 4-3 on Saturday. Shreveport led 2-0 after goals from Logan Hroux and Kyan Haldenby. The Jackalopes responded with three straight goals from Hayden DeMars, Michael Kadlecik, and James Richman to take a 3-2 lead. In the 3rd period, the Mudbugs won the game with goals from Ryan Burke and another from Haldenby. Eliot Seguin-Lescarbeau made 26 saves in the win.

Oklahoma 2 @ Lone Star 5 – The Brahmas winning streak hit four in a row as they increased their lead in the South to 10 points thanks to a 5-2 win over the Warriors, completing a weekend sweep. Connor Bergeron had two goals and an assist in the win. Jacob MacDonald, Max Hamstad, and Charlie Masek also scored for the Brahmas in the win, while Kaden Nelson and Riley Brueck scored for Oklahoma in the loss. Deivs Rolovs and Jack Wieneke combined for 21 saves in the win.

Kenai River 2 @ Fairbanks 3 – The Ice Dogs completed a weekend home sweep of the Brown Bears thanks to a 3-2 win on Saturday. Wyatt Carlson scored two goals and goalie Tyler Krivtsov made 34 saves in the win. Jake Cameron had the other goal in the Ice Dogs win and Nick Blood added two assists. Kotaro Tsutsumi and Landon MacDonald scored for Kenai River in the loss.

St. Cloud 3 @ North Iowa 1 - The St. Cloud Norsemen took care of the North Iowa Bulls on Saturday night by a score of 3-1. Blake Ulve registered the first goal of the night as it gave North Iowa a 1-0 lead late in the opening frame. Kyle Miller evened the score with his fourth of the season with the helpers coming from Tyler Geyer and Hudson Blue. Then later in the period it was Lucca Munoz and Niklas Miller setting up Keaton Orrey for the go-ahead goal. It was his second of the year. Blue would get himself on the scoresheet in the third period as his fourth goal of the campaign gave the Norsemen some insurance and that would be the final in Mason City. Ryan Manzella needed just 13 saves to earn the win in goal while Dylan Johnson was given the loss after making 35 saves. 

Amarillo 3 @ El Paso 2 (OT) – The Wranglers salvaged a split of their series in El Paso thanks to a 3-2 overtime win on Saturday. Roman Zap had two goals in the Wranglers win, which included the overtime-winner and Grayson Gerhard also scored for Amarillo. Both El Paso goals came in the 2nd period from AJ Reed and Troy Lund. Connor McDonough made 25 saves in the win, while Kael DePape made 14 saves in the loss.

Aberdeen 4 @ Minot 1 - A big third period from the Aberdeen Wings helped them earn a 4-1 win on the road over the Minot Minotauros. The win was #700 for Wings head coach Scott Langer, who is the all-time leader in wins in NAHL history. Kim Vahakangas notched his second goal of the season to put Aberdeen on the board first. Rylan Jockims would counter for Minot in the second period with his first goal of the year. In the final frame, Riley Sharun put Aberdeen ahead once again. Jackson Anderson and Logan Gravnik would add on to the Wings lead with goals late in the third. Croix Kochendorfer was sensational as he stopped 39 shots to earn the win in the blue paint. James Norton took the loss for Minot in net with 11 saves of his own. 

Rochester 4 @ Johnstown 7: The Tomahawks bounced back from their Friday night loss with an offensive onslaught, taking down Rochester 7-4. The score remained tied through 20 minutes as Massimo Gentile and Keanan Dewberry scored for Rochester while Will Moore and Jaden Johnson buried for Johnstown. The Tomahawks dominated play in the 2nd as Alexey Yarmulnik, Justin Gibson, Zach Aben, and Justin Rapp all found the back of the net while Noah Vom Scheidt gave the Jr. Americans some hope with a goal. Nick White tallied his 7th of the season early on in the final frame to extend Johnstown’s lead before Clay O’Donnell wrapped up the scoresheet later on in the period for Rochester. Jacob Osborne picked up the win making 23 saves while Cole O’Donnell kept out 23 in the loss. 

Philadelphia 3 @ New Jersey 6: The Titans potted a pair of goals in all three periods in route to a 6-3 win and series split. Dominik Bartecko tallied two goals for the Titans in the 1st while the Rebels powered back with two of their own from Charles Panchisin and Billy Sheridan. Johnny McMahon and Logan Renkowski both found twine in the 2nd for New Jersey while Philadelphia’s Luke deVries kept the deficit at one with his 2nd goal of the season. Ryan Friedman scored twice in the final frame to extend the lead and seal the victory. Zakari Brice kept out 28 for the Titans while Jack Fialkoff made 32 stops for the Rebels. 

Northeast 7 @ Maine 6 (OT): In a wild back-and-forth affair, a score from Joseph McGraw 53 seconds into overtime would give the Generals the final edge in tonight’s contest on the road. Both Sixten Jennersjo and Ben Campeau tallied goals for Northeast in the opening frame while Nordiques Charles Tardif, Nils Forselius, and Evan Orloff answered the call. Ryan Remick and Jennersjo would light the lamp in the middle frame while Maine’s Jake Bernadet also scored to level the scores through 40 minutes. The two squads traded goals in the 3rd period as Nick Recupero and Campeau scored for the Generals while Bernadet and David Helledy scored for Maine. Toby Hopp was the victor between the pipes making 48 saves while Thomas Heaney kept out 37 for the Nords. 

Danbury 1 @ Maryland 2 (SO): A late game-tying goal from Adam Schankula sent the contest into an eventual shootout where the Black Bears found the edge to tie the weekend series with Danbury. Jacob Roberson broke the deadlock 17:21 into the opening frame with his 8th of the season, a lead that would hold until Schankula’s tally with just 1:16 remaining in regulation. Riley Ruh and Jesse Horacek were the successors in the shootout for Maryland while their netminder Owen Lepak kept out 4 of 5 shootout attempts and only allowed one goal in regulation for the win. Miles Roberts made 30 saves in the loss for Danbury. 

Corpus Christi 7 @ Colorado 3 – The IceRays got a hat-trick and an assist from Pierson Sobush has they salvaged a weekend sweep in Colorado with a 7-3 win over the Grit on Saturday. The IceRays erased a 3-2 Grit lead and scored the final five goals of the contest. Other goals came from Billy Biedermann, Stepan Kuznetsov, Will Reardon and Ryan Hintz, while the Grit got goals from Bowen Burke, Romulus Riego De Dios, and Nicholas Capasso in the loss. IceRays goalie Vilgot Holm made 34 saves in the win.

Wisconsin 2 @ Chippewa 8 – The Steel got two goals from Peyton Platter and three assists from Joey Sylvester in an 8-2 win over the Windigo. The game was decided early as the Steel jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the 1st period with two goals from Platter and others from Jacob Ligi, Matt Grannan, and Aidan Willis. Noah Grolnic added a 2nd period goal and Scott Miner and Gavin Middendorf scored in the 3rd period. Erick Comstock and Tyler Grahme had the goals for Wisconsin in the loss. Ajay White made 28 saves in the win.

Minnesota 5 @ Janesville 4 – The Wilderness scored two goals late in the 3rd period, including the game-winner with just :13 seconds remaining as they salvaged a weekend split in Janesville thanks to a 5-4 win on Saturday. Oliver Band scored the opening two goals for the Wilderness. Oliver Stumpel added a 2nd period goal and Gustav Ozolins and Ashton Dahms were the heroes in the 3rd period. The Jets got goals from Ethan Begg, Ikki Kogawa, Rhett Kodsi, and Trey Fechko in the loss.

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