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Friday Finals: Lone Star Locks Up South Division Title

March 30, 2024

Andy Larson was one of five Brown Bears to tally three points in Kenai River's 10-5 win over Janesville

Lone Star 4 @ Odessa 3 (SO): Brock James buried in the 4th round of the shootout to lift the Brahmas past Odessa 4-3. James and Antti Autere had the visitors up a pair through 20 minutes with tallies. Cameron Dunn, Thomas Wright, and Kowin Belsterling provided the offensive surge for the Jackalopes in the 2nd while Vladimir Saibel kept it tied by lighting the lamp for Lone Star. Deivs Rolovs stopped 28 of 31 shots faced in the win while Maksim Bely made 20 saves for Odessa.

Shreveport 1 @ Oklahoma 2: The Oklahoma Warriors edged past the Mudbugs 2-1 thanks to William Ahlrik’s tally with less than three minutes remaining in regulation. Louie Kamienski got Oklahoma on the board first with his 6th of the season. Hayden Nichol leveled the scores midway through the middle frame with his 24th goal of the year. Daniel Duris was the victor between the pipes, stopping 19 of 20 shots faced. Eliot Seguin-Lescarbeau kept out 22 of 24 shots faced in the loss.

Aberdeen 2 @ Bismarck 7: The Bobcats scored multiple goals in all three periods en route to a dominant 7-2 victory over Aberdeen. Weston Turner broke the deadlock for Aberdeen before Julian Beaumont and Patrick Johnson gave Bismarck a lead. Tamas Toth, Alexandr Kim, and Johnson extended the lead in the middle frame with goals. Kim and Matthew Rafalski provided more insurance in the 3rd with scores. Leonid Bulgakov scored Aberdeen’s 2nd goal of the game. Klayton Knapp made 19 stops in the win while Adam Dybal and Croix Kochendorfer combined for 42 saves.

Corpus Christi 4 @ New Mexico 5: The Ice Wolves trailed by two goals heading into the 3rd and rallied to score four goals to secure the comeback victory on home ice. Stepan Kuznetsov and Luca Fasciano put the visitors up two goals through twenty minutes. Wolfgang Govedaris extended the lead in the 2nd before Ryan Johnson got New Mexico on the board. Bryce Johnson and Olivier Lamothe would tie things up in the 3rd and shortly after Cody Kempf gave Corpus Christi their lead back. Ryan Seelinger and Graham Harris scored consecutive goals to fuel the comeback. Jackson Fuller kept out 18 shots in the victory while Lorenzo Rossi made 33 saves for the IceRays.

St. Cloud 3 @ Minot 4: Four different Minotauros found the back of the net as Minot edged St. Cloud by a score of 4-3. Cayden Casey, Joel Lehtinen, Jordan Gibbs, and Adam Mahler got on the board for Minot. Gavin Gunderson, Hagen Moe and Hudson Blue were the goal scorers for St. Cloud. Kyle Miller led all skaters with the three points. Brady James got the win in goal with a 27 save performance. Ryan Manzella stopped 26 shots in the loss for the Norsemen.

Colorado 2 @ El Paso 3: Ryan Gingher’s goal midway through the third period was the difference as El Paso got past Colorado 3-2. Medrick Bolduc and Tristan Zarsky got the Rhinos out to a 2-0 lead after 40 minutes but goals from Will Hedrick and Noah Grolnic tied the game in the third. That’s when Gingher buried his sixth of the season to give El Paso the lead for good. Michael Manzi stopped 22 shots in the win for the Rhinos while Jack Erickson stopped 31 of 34 opportunities for the Grit.

Fairbanks 3 @ Anchorage 4: Tyler Hennen potted a pair of goals as the Anchorage Wolverines held on to beat the Fairbanks Ice Dogs 4-3. Hennen’s first goal along with goals from Artem Shchipanov and Romulus Riego De Dios gave Anchorage a 3-0 lead in the second period. Brent Gulenchyn and Colton Mauser brought the Ice Dogs within one before Hennen’s second goal of the game restored the two goal advantage. Adam Timm would bring Fairbanks within one again but Liam Beerman would stand tall finishing with 18 saves. Tyler Krivtsov ended the evening with 30 saves.

Janesville 5 @ Kenai River 10: It was a wild one in Kenai River as the Brown Bears doubled up the Jets by a score of 10-5. Samuel Sisik, Andy Larson, Riley Mullens, Landon MacDonald and Brady Engelkes all had three points for the Brown Bears. Thomas Gunderson had a pair of goals while Dylan Contreras and Owen Hanson both had a goal and an assist. Gavin Duckworth, Kotaro Tsutsumi, and Roope Tuomioksa all lit the lamp as well for Kenai River. Ethan Begg led the Jets with a goal and two assists. Ryan Williams notched a goal and an assist while Grady Gallatin, Rhett Kodsi, and Conner Brown all found the back of the net for Janesville. Connor Sullivan earned the win in the blue paint with 23 saves. Matthew Alberti and Jan Kasal combined for nine stops.

Maryland 2 @ Danbury 7: In the first period, the Danbury Hat Tricks scored two goals by Alexios Georgaklis, and Logan Nickerson making the score 2-0. In the second period, the Danbury Hat Tricks scored three goals, all three by Wyatt Stefan giving him a Hat Trick, and two goals for the Maryland Black Bears scored by Dylan Gordon, and Samuel Stitz making the score 5-2. In the third period, the Danbury Hat Tricks scored two goals by Logan Nickerson, and Camden Charron making the final score 7-2. Lukas Fursten saved 25 shots for the win, while Owen Lepak saved 15 shots in the loss.

Maine 3 @ Rochester 4: After a slow first period we headed into the second period, where the Maine Nordiques scored two goals by Nils Forselius, and Jake Bernadet, and two goals for the Rochester Jr Americans scored by Luca Leighton, and Adam Gionta making the score 2-2. In the third period, the Rochester Jr Americans scored two goals by Thomas Rockey, and Gabriel Cull, and one goal for the Maine Nordiques scored by Nils Forselius making the final score 4-3. Danick Leroux saved 28 shots for the win, while Thomas Heaney saved 36 shots in the loss.

New Hampshire 1 @ Philadelphia 2: In the first period the Philadelphia Rebels scored a goal by Luke Minard making the score 1-0. After a slow second period, we headed into the third period, where the Philadelphia Rebels scored a goal by Otto Polakovs, and one goal for the New Hampshire Mountain Kings scored by Landon Steffen making the final score 2-1. Jakub Krbecek saved 21 shots for the win, while Stefan Carney saved 38 shots in the loss.

Johnstown 5 @ New Jersey 2: In the first period, the Johnstown Tomahawks scored three goals by Dylan Shane, Taybor Aldrich, and Cade Baker making the score 3-0. In the second period, the Johnstown Tomahawks scored a goal by Chase Sandhu making the score 4-0. In the third period, the Johnstown Tomahawks scored a goal by Hunter Fetterolf, and two goals for the New Jersey Titans scored by Dominick Rivelli, and Nikita Meshcheryakov making the final score 5-2. Zack Ferris saved 42 shots for the win, while Zakari Brice saved 25 shots in the loss.

Springfield 1 @ Chippewa 0 (OT): After a slow first, second, and third period, we headed into overtime, where the Springfield Jr Blues scored a goal by Landry Schmuck making the final score 1-0. JJ Cataldo saved 31 shots for the win and shutout, while Ajay White saved 34 shots in the loss.

North Iowa 1 @ Austin 5: In the first period the Austin Bruins scored four goals two by Ocean Wallace, one by Austin Salani, and Gustav Noren, and one goal for the North Iowa Bulls scored by Sangyeob Kim making the score 4-1. In the second period, the Austin Bruins scored a goal by Jackson Rilei making the score 5-1. After a slow third period, the final score was 5-1. Trent Wiemken saved 14 shots and Vilgot Holm saved 3 shots for the win, while Santo Simmchen saved 28 shots in the loss.

Wisconsin 0 @ Minnesota 3: In the first period the Minnesota Wilderness scored a goal by Alessandro Lurati making the score 1-0. After a slow second period, we headed into the third period, where the Minnesota Wilderness scored two goals both by Nick Blood making the final score 3-0. Adam Prokop saved 36 shots for the win and shutout, while Max Beckford saved 28 shots in the loss.

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