Saturday Scores: Wild run win streak to three with sweep
September 22, 2019
Missoula 3 @ Gillette 5 - A three point night from Declan Young propelled the Gillette Wild to a 5-3 over the Missoula Jr. Bruins. Caleb Sanborn, Jacob Kaminsk,i Tyler Kaminski and Nathaniel Fanning also found the back of the net in the win. Anthony Seykora was the winner in the crease, he turned aside 30 shots. Bjorn Waugaman, Tyler Prince and Cayce Balk all scored for the Jr. Bruins. Larkin Dolan was dealt the loss, he stopped 40 shots.
Danbury 5 @ Elmira 2 - Deadlocked at two late in the second period, the Colonials rattled off three unanswered goals in the final 23 minutes to knock off Elmira 5-2 on the road on Saturday. Kyle McEnany led the charge with two tallies on the night, with Brandon Cope, Adam Palomeque and Kolby Donovan lighting the lamp for Danbury as well. Ian Skinner and Nick Byron put the Jr. Soaring Eagles on the board, as Andrew Engel and Daniel McCarthy combined for 54 saves in the loss. Alex Fernandes put on a show in the Colonials' cage, stopping 35 of 37 and a third-period penalty shot to seal the win.
Alexandria 6 @ Breezy Point 2 - Six different players found the back of the net as the Blizzard took care of the North Stars 6-2. Cole Lehmann had a goal and an assist while Nolan Westra, Chayse Haberman, Brandon Connett, Ike Taraszewski and Derek Dropik all scored for Alexandria. Bailey Rosch got the win as he made 23 saves. Blake Crawford and Mario Maietta scored for Breezy Point. Conan Hayton took the loss, he made 39 stops.
New England 4 @ Skylands 3 - Joe Gagnon’s two goals led the New England Stars to a 4-3 win over the Skylands Kings. Anthony Viola notched a goal and an assist while Connor Barter also lit the lamp. Ben Monsivais recorded the win in goal, he made 27 saves. James Clarke had a goal and an assist for the Kings while Joseph Arnold and Trevor Christopher also scored. Jacob King took the loss in goal, he made 24 saves.
Willmar 6 @ Milwaukee 4 - Two goals and a helper from Dylan Svoboda lifted the Willmar WarHawks to a 6-4 win over Milwaukee on Saturday night. Marquez Ginger also potted a pair of goals for Willmar. Caleb Brownell had a goal and an assist, while Angelo Perry also scored. Gunnar Banks stopped 33 of 37 shots. Ryan Payne had a goal and two assists to lead the Power. Isaiah Hedberg, Logan Drolet and Nico Piehl all scored in the loss. Zach Piehl and Joey Greilich combined for 37 saves.
Bozeman 5 @ Sheridan 2 - Hazen McKay’s hat trick led the offense for Bozeman as they took care of Sheridan 5-2. Will Kutch notched a goal and an assist while Andrew Bertolini also scored for the Icedogs. Domagoj Troha was awarded the win, he made 22 saves. Logan Syrup and Blake Billings provided the offense for Sheridan. Zach Hearn stopped 23 saves.
Yellowstone 2 @ Helena 5 - A team effort on the offensive side of the puck gave Helena a 5-2 win over Yellowstone. Abraham Laggis was the only player with two points. Conor Pequet, Isaac Ellingson, Johnny Baird and Hlib Tkach all scored for the Bighorns. Bailey Bradford stopped 37 shots for Helena. Spencer Platt and Ryan Lovelace netted goals for the Quake. Michael Allman blocked 44 of 49 shots.
Butte 2 @ Great Falls 9 - The Great Falls offense exploded for nine goals as they dominated the Butte Cobras 9-2. Justin Ohnstad scored twice and had two assists. Jack Olson, Brody Boyce and Jake Hayes all had a goal and two assists. Levi Mese and Blake Nerney each had a goal and an assist while Harley Nyhuis and Braydon Rachow scored as well. Trever Mellon earned the win in goal. He stopped 24 pucks. Kyler Garsjo had the only two goals for the Cobras while Casey Mattfeldt and Colton Marcy combined to make 58 saves.
New England 2 @ Long Beach 4 - Nathan Hartline's hat-trick set the pace as the Sharks bagged their first win, a 4-2 decision against the Stars at home. Zachary Ostrowski also scored for Long Beach, while John Hutchinson potted both Stars' strikes. Daniel Sprague earned the win, while Patrick Gibbin took the loss despite 20 saves.
Atlanta 4 @ Louisiana 3 - A pair of goals apiece from Matthew Macumber and David Helpap propelled the Capitals past the Drillers 4-3 in a back-and-forth affair on Saturday. Grant Griffin tallied twice for Louisiana, joining teammate Ben Cope on the scoresheet. Noah Ping's 36-save effort backstopped the Atlanta victory, outlasting Grady Reis, who finished with 28 saves in the Drillers net.
Maine 1 @ L/A 4 - Two goals in both the first and third period guided the Nordiques past the Wild 4-1 on Saturday. Jason St. Pierre starred with 23 saves for the win, as Joe Clark scored twice and Sergei Anisimov and Bryce Leger each added a goal for L/A. Owen DuBois nabbed the lone Wild marker in front of 46 saves by Tom Spero.
North Iowa 4 @ Peoria 3 - Ryan Hempel bagged the game-winning goal with about five minutes remaining in the game to lift the Bulls past the Mustangs 4-3 in Peoria. Jordan Roo, Cam Fagerlee and Lucas Wahlin also lit the lamp for the Bulls, while Tristan Trudel, Jared Wisely and Michael Mizerak provided the Peoria offense. Eli Bowers took the win with 20 saves, while Jaden Gardner was dealt a loss despite 22 stops of his own.
Wausau 2 @ Rochester 11 - The Grizzlies' attack was out in force on Saturday, especially from Joey Fodstad, who stashed a remarkable five goals en route to an 11-2 win for Rochester over the Riverwolves. Peyton Hart, Zakary Justice, Nic Leisen, Logan Olson, Lucas Newman and Porter Haney rounded out the Grizzlies onslaught, with Sean Guerin stopping 17 shots for the win. Wausau received goals from Tanner Eskro and Mitchel Idalski, as well as a shared 34 saves from Tyler Klatt and Tanner Mohr.
Coulee Region 3 @ St. Louis 1 - The Chill opened up 2-0 lead with goals eight seconds apart within the opening minute of the game and never looked back, allowing just one second period goal as they topped the Jr. Blues 3-1 on the road. Flavien Fondadouze and Sam VanderHoeven got things started early for Coulee Region, with Marco Escobar finishing things off with an empty netter. Joey Boccardi nabbed St. Louis' lone goal. Michael Janke's 33 saves earned the win, while Brett Tome's 26 saw him dealt the loss.