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- This team continues to roll, moving their record to a perfect 5-0
with a 10-2 win over a Clappers team that was a bit shorthanded. Brenden Ham
and Jay Dove each had big nights, posting matching 3-2-5 stat lines. Stan
McClellan also added 2-2-4, but was notably robbed on a pair of unreal saves
by Clappers goalies, Justin Singh. Dove has quietly been posting huge
numbers this season, and is now tied for the league scoring lead with 15
points through 5 games.
- After opening the season with a tough loss to the Jags, the Giants have
now reeled off three impressive victories in a row, including this 3-2 win
over the Wolfpac in OT. Their penalty killing
was tested all night, but the Giants managed to kill off 4 of 5, which is a
solid showing against a vaunted Wolfpac power play. Harp Kalkat kickstarted
the offense with a goal and an assist, and Bobby Grewal capped the game with
the OT winner. The Giants face another elite team this weekend as they take
on the Pirates.
- The Wolfpac drop their first game of the season, an overtime loss to
the Giants, by a 3-2 score. The team is still sitting in a strong position
at 3-1 on the season. The Wolfpac special teams have been dynamite on the
season scoring on 41.7% of their chances while killing 9 of 10. This game
did take a bit of a bite out of the PP numbers as the Pac were only able to
go 1 of 5 vs the Giants. They take on a surging Whalers team this Saturday
and will try to send them back down to Earth.
- Things continue to trend upwards for the Whalers as their new
look lineup has helped them to another big win vs an established league
heavyweight. After downing the Warhawks the previous week, they defeated the
Panthers by a 5-2 score to move to 3-1 on the season. Aiden Mottus collected
1-3-4 in the win, while Jayme Manhas collects a 2nd star to go with his 1st
from the previous week. However, things suddenly get a lot harder for this
club as they start to take on the truly upper echelon clubs, this week
meeting the Wolfpac, and the following week the Pirates.
- Trailing 5-2 to the Warhawks at the half, the Pirates didn't lose
focus of the task at hand, and used their potent powerplay to come back for
a 7-6 win. The team went 4 for 5 on the extra man with the Lafortune
brothers doing a large part of the damage. Marcel would finish with the
hatty and a helper, while Daniel added 2G, 2A. The victory brings the
Pirates back to the .500 mark, but they'll have to be on their game in their
next outing as they take on the Giants.
- The Panthers' record drops to 3-2 as they fall to an emerging Whalers
team, 5-2. The team seemed like they didn't have their usual jump, and it
cost them against a young and fast squad. They'll have an opportunity to get
right back on track with a game vs the Ghostriders on Saturday, another club
that has been up and down this year. A quick look at the team scoring chart
shows impressive offensive parity, with 12 different players having recorded
between 2 and 4 points.
- It's been a frustrating couple of weeks for the Warhawks, who were
first stunned by the Whalers in an upset, and this past week failed to
register their own upset against the Pirates, despite having a three goal
lead into the second half. Furthermore, a bit of frustration from the
Pirates game led to suspensions for a couple of key players. The 1-3
Warhawks will try to get back on track as they take on the last place Saints
- The Mercenaries get back into the win column with a 7-1 victory over the
expansion Saints. The team was handily outshot in the first period, but
escaped with the game tied at 1 before pouring it on in the second. The team
fired six straight to cruise to the victory and move their record to 2-3.
Myles Scott had a huge game with a pair of goals and three assists. Dan
Molatore also netted a pair of snipes in the win. The Merc's will face a
stiff test as they meet up with the 5-0 Jaguars on Saturday.
- A very short benched Clappers club, minus many of their top scorers,
fell to the Jaguars 10-2. It's worth noting that the team was actually very
much in this game after the first half, trailing only 3-2 with the shot
clock pretty close. The team would run out of gas in the second and give up
7 unanswered goals. The Clappers are tied with a number of teams at 1-3, and
now take on a Rage team that sits just one point ahead of them.
10 ||Ghostriders - The Riders were
a hard luck case last week as they dominated the Rage for most of the
contest, only to make a couple of mistakes late in the game, and have to
settle for a 4-4 tie. With a record of 1-2-1, they're among a crowd of six
teams separated by just two points. Jason Makowski fired a pair of goals and
looked dangerous all night, while Meemo Dik, Waseem Khalil, and Andrew
Jamison also posted multi point efforts.
- The Rage came out of the gate slowly in their last game, getting
outshot 11-2 in the first half. Fortunately, the club would turn things on
late, with Jay Taylor popping a pair of goals in the last two minutes to salvage
a 4-4 tie with the Ghostriders in a game where they had been soundly out
played. The other big hero in the game for the Rage was Henry Lu. Though generally
known for his work as a defensemen, he is also a solid netminder, and
strapped on the pads to turn aside 25 of 29 including many key saves in a
1st star performance.
- The score of the loss to the Mercenaries doesn't do this team
justice. The Saints were fired up in the first half and stormed out to an
11-0 lead on the shot clock. By the half, the team had doubled up the Mercenaries
by a 2-1 shot margin, but settled for a 1-1 score. The Saints would fall apart in
the second half and surrender 6 goals to make the game a blowout. The team
is coming along, but the schedule will keep getting tougher, and they now
face a Warhawks team that is ready to burst out.