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Saturday Scores: Wolverines Offense Erupts for 10

February 18, 2024

Wisconsin's Tyler Grahme put up four points in the team's 4-2 win over the Jets

Kenai River 1 @ Anchorage 10: Romulus Diego De Dios and Arvada Hovsepyan each had a hat trick as the Wolverines dominated the Brown Bears 10-1. Danny Bagnole potted a pair of goals while Oliver Salo had two points and Timothy Kim had a goal too. Brady Engelkes was the only Brown Bear to get one past Liam Beerman. The Anchorage netminder was nearly perfect as he made 20 saves. Marks Slavinskis-Repe and Conor Sullivan combined to make 32 saves in the loss.

Wisconsin 4 @ Janesville 2: Tyler Grahme logged two goals and two helpers as the Wisconsin Windigo doubled up the Janesville Jets 4-2 on Saturday night, increasing their lead in the Midwest Division. In addition to Graham’s huge night, Max Martin and Carter Theissen also found the back of the net for the Windigo. Ikki Kogawa and Max Wagener netted goals for Janesville in the loss. Linards Lipskis turned aside 23 shots to earn the win in net while Matthew Alberti made 29 stops for the Jets.

Austin 6 @ North Iowa 1: Ocean Wallace potted a pair of goals and Connor Brust notched three assists as the Austin Bruins beat the North Iowa Bulls 6-1. Gustav Noren had a goal and an assist for the Bruins while Trip Penny, Jackson Luther, and Alex Laurenza all visited the red light district as well. Blake Ulve had the only goal for North Iowa. Vilgot Holm was the winner in the blue paint as he stopped 21 shots. Santo Simmchen and Connor Graham combined to make 29 saves.

Corpus Christi 3 @ Shreveport 1: Three unanswered goals from the IceRays helped propel them to a 3-1 win over Shreveport to earn a series split. Michael Valdez, Cody Kempf and Pierson Sobush all scored in the final frame to help the IceRays earn the victory. Ryan Burke had the only goal for Shreveport, it was his 20th of the year. Logan Rose was the winner in goal as he made 25 saves. Nikola Goich suffered the loss as he made 17 stops.

El Paso 1 @ Amarillo 4: Kyle DeMarco scored twice as the Amarillo Wranglers defeated the El Paso Rhinos 4-1. Connor McNaughton and Topi Puikkonen got on the scoresheet with goals as well for the Wranglers in the win. Medrick Bolduc scored the lone goal for El Paso in the loss. Connor McDonough turned aside 30 shots fired in his direction while Joey LoVullo denied 27 opportunities.

Bismarck 2 @ Aberdeen 1 (SO): Patrick Johnson scored in the fourth round of the shootout to give the Bismarck Bobcats a 2-1 win over the Aberdeen Wings and earn a weekend sweep. After a scoreless opening period, Kade Kohanski’s 10th of the season to give the Bobcats an early 1-0 lead. Then in the third, Zach Reim netted his 3rd of the campaign to tie the game just about midway through the period. After a scoreless overtime, we went to a shootout where the first four shooters found the back of the net before Johnson netted the eventual game deciding goal. Klayton Knapp stopped 27 of 28 shots he faced while Croix Kochendorfer suffered the loss despite making 28 saves.

Odessa 3 @ Lone Star 6: Owen Kerr logged a hat trick as the Lone Star Brahmas knocked off the Odessa Jackalopes 6-3. Connor Bergeron netted two goals of his own in the opening period and Ivan Zadvernyuk also popped a goal as well for Lone Star. Michael Kadlecik, Zach Benayon and Theodore Manlove all scored for Odessa. Jack Wieneke was credited with the win as he made 28 stops. Ivan Zhigalov was given the loss as he made 29 saves on the night.

Chippewa 2 @ Fairbanks 3: The Ice Dogs earned a weekend sweep of the Chippewa Steel as they grabbed a 3-2 win late Saturday night. After Talan Blanck got Chippewa on the board first in the opening period, Arseni Yorobyov tied the game with his first goal of the season in the second period. In the third, the Ice Dogs scored twice in 62 seconds as Kyle Rohrer and Nik Gudmundson each found the back of the net. Anton Astashevich made it a one goal game with his fifth of the year but that’s as close as they would get as Tyler Krivtsov made 25 saves. Carter Wishart also made 25 stops in the loss for Chippewa.

Oklahoma 3 @ Colorado 4: The Colorado Grit bounced back to take down Oklahoma 4-3 on home ice. Christian Carter tallied the lone goal in the 1st period to put the Grit ahead through 20 minutes. Colorado’s Tomas Vlcek and Oklahoma’s Geno McEnery both netted goals in the middle frame. Noah Grolnic and George Poirier found the back of the net for Colorado in the 3rd while Max Dronen and William Ahlrik provided hope of a comeback for the Warriors with scores. Jack Erickson made 31 saves for Colorado in the win while Owen Bartoszkiewicz kept out 19 in the loss. 

New Hampshire 7 @ Johnstown 5: The Mountain Kings tallied at least a goal in all three periods en route a a 7-5 win on the road against Johnstown. Hunter Fetterolf and Cade Baker both tallied goals for the Tomahawks in the 1st while Jack Costanzo got New Hampshire on the board. Chase Sandhu extended Johnstown’s lead early in the middle frame before Ethan Rosenoff and Kim Hilmersson leveled the scores at 3 before intermission. Rylan Yates gave New Hampshire their first lead of the game before Justin Gibson tied the game back up. Mark Giourof, Damon Bossie, and Joseph Arnold all found the back of the net later in the period for New Hampshire while Hank Reed scored the remaining goal for the Tomahawks. Sebastian Bodnar made 30 saves in the win while Zack Ferris kept out 34 shots for the Tomahawks. 

Philadelphia 5 @ Danbury 4 (OT): Ryan Vaites found the back of the net for his 2nd of the game to lift the Rebels past Danbury 5-4. Vaites and Danbury’s Wyatt Stefan traded goals in the opening frame to keep the contest tied. Otto Polakovs provided Philadelphia a short-lived lead before Stefan and Brock Behrend gave Danbury their 1st lead heading into the final 20. Jared Coccimiglio and Charles Panchisin tallied goals to retake the lead before Grant Dietz sent the game to overtime. Jakub Krbecek kept out 37 in the win while Thomas Kiesewetter stopped 24 shots for Danbury. 

Northeast 1 @ New Jersey 3: Dylan Krick kept out all but one of 30 shots the Generals sent his way to help the Titans split the series with a 3-1 Saturday night win. After a scoreless 1st, Kai Elkie and Dominik Bartecko both buried for New Jersey while Andrew DellaDonna kept Northeast in it with his 7th of the season. Ryan Friedman deposited the dagger with 22 seconds remaining to secure the victory. Toby Hopp had a valiant effort in the Generals’ crease, stopping 38 of 40 shots faced. 

Minnesota 6 @ Springfield 2: The Wilderness piled on six goals including four goals in the 3rd period to take down Springfield in convincing fashion. Beau Janzig scored the lone goal in the opening frame for Minnesota. Andon Coles tied the game for Springfield in the 2nd before Payton Nelson regained Minnesota’s lead. Oliver Stumpel, Janzig, Nelson, and Nash Jacobsma all tickled twine to put the game out of reach in the 3rd period. Coles scored his 2nd of the night for Springfield’s last tally of the game. Nick Erickson made 21 saves in the win while JJ Cataldo made 40 saves for the Jr. Blues. 

Maryland 3 @ Rochester 2: The Black Bears bounced back from a Friday night defeat to edge past Rochester 3-2 on the road. Michael Sandruck and Adam Gionta had the Jr. Americans up by a pair of goals early in the contest. Samuel Stitz cut that deficit in half before intermission for Maryland. Kareem El Bashir tied the game midway through the 2nd period with his 9th goal of the season. Dimitry Kebreau tallied his 13th of the season and the eventual game-winning goal 10:46 into the 3rd period. Owen Lepak made 25 saves while picking up the victory; Florian Wade made 25 saves in the loss. 

Minot 5 @ St. Cloud 2: The Minotauros secured the weekend sweep and solidified their 1st place spot in the Central Division standings after taking down the Norsemen 5-2. Ian Spencer and Will Dawson had the visitors up a pair through 20 minutes of play with scores. Michael Coleman narrowed the deficit for St. Cloud in the 2nd before Will Dawson extended the lead back to two goals. Colby Bear and John Small provided more insurance in the 3rd period with goals. Hagen Moe scored St. Cloud’s remaining tally in the contest. Lukas Swedin kept out 27 of 29 goals in the victory while Max Weilandt made 31 saves in the loss. 

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