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Saturday Scores: Bobcats, Titans and Wranglers Heading to Playoffs

March 17, 2024

Johnstown 3 @ Rochester 5: Matteo Disipio and Luca Leighton both potted a pair of goals en route to Rochester’s 5-3 bounceback win over the Tomahawks. Zach Aben and Dylan Shane put the visitors ahead by a pair early in the contest before Disipio netted his first before intermission. Leighton and Disipio gave Rochester their 1st lead of the game with goals in the middle frame. Lukas Klemm leveled the scores midway through the final frame before Gabe Randel and Leighton scored consecutively to secure the victory. Danick Leroux picked up the win making 24 saves while Jacob Osborne made 35 stops for the Tomahawks. 

Amarillo 8 @ Colorado 4: Eight different Wrangler skaters found the back of the net in their dominant 8-4 victory over the Grit. Nolan Gagnon, Jacob Miller, Connor McNaughton, and Jack McDonald all lit the lamp in the 1st for Amarillo. Luke Morris added another goal for the Wranglers in the 2nd while Grayston Gerhard, Henry McRoberts, and Jack Ivey tallied goals in the final frame. Colorado’s goals came from Alexander German (2) and Noah Grolnic (2). Andrew Peterson made 26 saves in the victory while Jack Erickson kept out 19 shots in the loss. 

Philadelphia 3 @ Maryland 4 (SO): The Black Bears edged past Philadelphia 4-3 in shootout fashion to secure the series sweep. Jesse Horacek found the back of the net twice in the opening frame for Maryland. Josh Galizia and Bryce Strand both tickled twine in the middle frame to level the scores heading into the 3rd. Brayton Frick put the visitors ahead early in the 3rd before Kebreau tied the game and sent it to an eventual shootout. Owen Lepak made 26 saves in the victory while Owen Crudale kept out 29 shots for the Black Bears. 

Maine 4 @ Danbury 1: The Nordiques netted a pair of goals in the 2nd and 3rd periods to take down the Jr. Hat Tricks 4-1 and pick up the weekend split. After a scoreless opening frame, Camden Charron broke the deadlock for Danbury before Zion Green and Laurent Trepanier sent Maine into the 3rd with a lead. Charles Tardif and Shane Kozlina both lit the lamp in the 3rd to extend the lead and seal the victory. Carter Richardson picked up the win stopping all but one of 18 shots faced. Thomas Kiesewetter kept out 31 of 34 shots faced in the loss.

Northeast 3 @ New Jersey 6: Dominick Rivelli continued his hot streak over the weekend, tallying a pair of goals in New Jersey’s 6-3 win over the Generals. Jacob Wilson and Andrew DellaDonna both found the back of the net for Northeast in the 1st while Rivelli got New Jersey on the board. Jack Hillier, Matt Henry, and Rivelli all found the back of the net for the Titans in the 2nd while Matthew DeSpirit scored for the Generals. Dominik Bartecko and Hillier put the finishing touches on the win in the 3rd period with goals. Zakari Brice picked up the win between the pipes making 35 saves while Toby Hopp kept out 32 shots in the loss for the Gens. 

Chippewa 4 @ Springfield 1: The Steel found the back of the net in all three periods en route to a 4-1 victory over the Jr. Blues. Cam Davis put Chippewa up a goal through 20 minutes with his 3rd goal of the season. Jacob Ligi and Alex Lunski both tickled twine in the middle frame to extend the lead. Tomas Trunda added the final goal for the Steel in the 3rd while Springfield’s lone goal came off the stick of Dylan Glinski early in the 2nd period. Ajay White kept out 18 of 19 shots faced in the win while JJ Cataldo made 21 saves in the loss. 

Bismarck 6 @ St. Cloud 4: The Bismarck Bobcats secured a spot in the 2024 Robertson Cup Playoffs with a 6-4 victory over the Norsemen Saturday night. Jack Christ and Hagen Moe both lit the lamp for St. Cloud while Chase Beacom got Bismarck on the board. Luke Roelofs, Julian Beaumont, Patrick Johnson (2), and Kade Kohanski fueled Bismarck’s offense in the middle frame with goals. Hudson Blue made it 5-3 with his 7th of the season. In the 3rd, Rhys Wallin made it a two goal game but the Norsemen were unable to mount the comeback. Stephen Peck was the victor between the pipes, stopping 36 shots in the winning effort. Max Weilandt made 19 saves in St. Cloud’s crease. 

Wisconsin 2 @ Janesville 3: The Jets trailed 2-1 with less than three minutes remaining in regulation and rallied to score two goals and take down Wisconsin 3-2 in dramatic fashion. After a scoreless 1st period, Janesville’s Jake Merens and Wisconsin’s Elliot Gulley traded goals to curate a tie game heading into the final frame. Will Schumacher gave the visitors a 2-1 lead three minutes into the 3rd. Mason Kesselring tied the game with 2:10 remaining before Max Wagener sent the fans home happy after scoring the game-winner with 5 seconds remaining in regulation. Jan Kasal kept out 36 of 38 shots in the win while Linards Lipskis made 24 saves for Wisconsin. 

Austin 4 @ North Iowa 1: The Bruins tallied a pair of goals in both the 2nd and 3rd period en route to a Saturday night victory and weekend split with the Bulls. Austin Salani and John Hirschfeld both scored for the Bruins in the 2nd while Sangyeob Kim got North Iowa on the board. Giuseppe Fiorillo and Ocean Wallace extended the lead in the final frame with goals. Vilgot Holm was the victor between the pipes stopping 12 of 13 shots faced. Santo Simmchen kept out 42 shots in the loss.

Minnesota 5 @ Anchorage 4 (SO): Gustavs Ozolins netted the game decided goal in the third round of the shootout as the Minnesota Wilderness snapped the Anchorage Wolverines 12 game winning streak with a 5-4 win on Saturday night. Tyler Hennen and Arvada Hovsepyan got the Wolverines out to a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes. Alessandro Lurati would net two goals while Nick Blood and Nate Murray also scored in the second for Minnesota to take a 4-2 lead. Hovsepyan and Bryce Monrean helped tie the game for Anchorage with goals in the third period. After a scoreless overtime the Wilderness took home the victory as they scored in two of the three shootout rounds. Nick Erickson took the win in goal as he made 23 saves. Vaughn Makar was saddled with the loss with 26 stops.

Fairbanks 1 @ Kenai River 4: Brady Engelkes scored twice as the Kenai River Brown Bears defeated the Fairbanks Ice Dogs 4-1. Kotaro Tsutsumi and Samuel Sisik also netted goals for Kenai River. Reece Cordray provided the offense for Fairbanks. AJ Revelts was the winner in the blue paint with 21 saves. Marcus Ouellet was given the loss as he made 31 saves.

Oklahoma 4 @ Shreveport 3: Connor Smith and Louie Kamienski each had a goal and an assist as the Oklahoma Warriors defeated the Shreveport Mudbugs 4-3. William Ahlrik and Drew Sutton also tallied goals for the Warriors in the win. Carter McKay notched a goal and an assist for Shreveport while Brent Litchard and Brayden Cook also netted goals for the Mudbugs. Daniel Duris earned the win in goal as he made 27 saves. Nikola Goich stopped 26 shots in the loss.

Corpus Christi 5 @ Odessa 3: Five different IceRays got on the scoresheet as they defeated the Jackalopes 5-3. Cody Kempf, Wolfgang Govedaris, Dylan Jensen, Zachary Polshakov and Andrew Hayek all found the back of the net for Corpus Christi. Michael Kadlecik had a goal and an assist for Odessa while Thomas Wright and Christian Tavare also scored for the Jackalopes. Bryant Marks earned the win in the blue paint as he had 37 saves. Ivan Zhigalov was dealt the loss as he made 35 stops for Odessa.

El Paso 0 @ Lone Star 4: Jack Wieneke stopped all 21 shots he faced to earn the shutout as the Lone Star Brahmas blanked the El Paso Rhinos 4-0. Ivan Zadvernyuk had a goal and a helper for Lone Star. Connor Bergeron, Jacob MacDonald and Saxton Tess all found the back of the net as well for the Brahmas. Michael Manzi and Joey LoVullo combined to make 20 saves for the Rhinos.


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