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Saturday Scores: East dominates in Alaska

October 9, 2016

Coulee Region forward Kevin Dineen had a big weekend as the Chill picked up a weekend road sweep in Springfield.

Johnstown 5 @ Kenai River 3 – A non-divisional matchup saw Johnstown rock the scoreboard for a weekend sweep on Saturday night. Five Johnstown goals, scored by Dalton Hunter, Riley Doyon, Andy Iehle, Donovan Ott and Nick Bruce gave them the win at the end of the night. Kenai River saw goals through the game from Adian Teilborg, Evan Butcher and Matthew Thielemann. Drew Hotte took the win for the Tomahawks with 30 saves, while Kenai River’s Bailey Seagraves was given the loss despite 40 saves. Boxscore

New Jersey 3 @ Fairbanks 1 – The Titans closed out a weekend sweep on the road on Saturday night against non-divisional rival Fairbanks. The Ice Dogs kicked the scoring off with a Colton Fletcher goal, but would not see any more scoring through the duration of play. Three straight unanswered goals came next from the Titans, with scoring credited to Jordan Kaplan (x2), and Gordie Helmuth. Harrison Feeney took the win for the Titans with 29 saves, while the Ice Dogs’ CJ Boothe was given the loss with 30 saves. Boxscore

Coulee Region 2 @ Springfield 1 – Saturday’s Game 2 of the weekend for the Chill and Jr. Blues showed off similar intensity as the night before. Coulee Region’s Marshall Plunkett opened the scoring in the first period for the Chill. Late in the first, Springfield would find their way on the scoreboard with a goal from Matt Long. In the second, Taylor Trapp would give the Chill the game-winning goal. Artur Pavliukov took the win for the Chill with 27 saves, while Devin Cooley was given the loss for Springfield with 27 saves. Boxscore

MN Wilderness 1 @ MN Magicians 4 – A Minnesota showdown took place between non-division opponents on Saturday. The Magicians grabbed three straight goals to build their lead, points came from Tanner Tweten (x2), and Nikita Kozyrev. The Wilderness answered back with a second period goal from Michael Zuffante, but the Magicians finished the game with a fourth goal from Brendan Skarda. Ivan Prosuetov took the win for the Magicians with 35 saves, while Luke Kania was faced with the loss for the Wilderness with 20 saves, Boxscore

Austin 2 @ Aberdeen 5 – The Aberdeen Wings wrapped up a weekend sweep with a second victory in at home on Saturday. Austin and Aberdeen traded goals to start, but eventually, four unanswered Wings goals gave them the victory. Austin goals came from Liam Thrawl and Travis Kothenbeutel, while Aberdeen saw Jack Kelly, Kevin Fitzgerald (x2), Carter Roo and Joey Strada score. Arrtu Kulmala took the win for Aberdeen with 24 saves, while Robbie Goor was given the loss for Austin despite 24 saves. Boxscore

Northeast 0 @ Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 5 – The Knights dominated play on Saturday night in the battle of the East Division. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton did all the scoring – goals coming from Jesse Anderson, Sam Antonitsch, Reed Robinson, Paul Maust and Mike Gelatt to create a shutout win.  Colt Hanks took the shut out victory with 26 saves, while Gabe Vinal took the loss with 34 saves. Boxscore

Corpus Christi 6 @ Topeka 7 (OT) – A weekend split came through in Topeka, where the RoadRunners’ Matthew Barnes netted a game-winning goal late in overtime. There was 13 goals between the teams. Corpus Christi saw scoring from David Thomson (x2), Andy McGlynn, Brendan Miller,Josh Tripp and Nathan Bryer, while Topeka gathered goals from Jeff Makowski, DJ Busdeker (x2), Marcus Russell, Marshall Bowery, Alex Frye and Matthew Barnes. Mike Rockwell secured the win for Topeka with 37 wins for the RoadRunners, while Cam Burggrabe took the loss for Corpus with 32 saves. .Boxscore

Odessa 2 @ Shreveport 4 – Four unanswered goals game Shreveport the upper hand in a South Division matchup on Saturday night. Odessa netted two fast goals from Chase Thudium, but the Mudbugs would soon take over the score sheet. The four Shreveport goals were credited to Shawn O’Malley, Kieran Durgan (x2), and Kristaps Jakobsons. Dylan Lubbesmeyer got the win for the Mudbugs with 27 saves, while Jon Flakne took the loss for the Jackalopes with 13 saves. Boxscore

Amarillo 4 @ Lone Star 3 – A close call for South Division rivals went down to the wire for Lone Star and Amarillo. Goals were traded evenly through the night, but the Bulls’ George Mika scored a third period goal that went on to be the game winner. Scoring from Amarillo included Tyler Miknich, Jonathan Dagnal, Brendan Walkon and George Mika. Lone Star’s scoring came from Adian Spellacy, Drake Glover and Troy York. Nikita Babintsev took the win with 41 saves for Amarillo, while Conor O’Brien was given the loss for Lone Star with 16 saves. Boxscore

Bismarck 5 @ Minot 4 (OT) – Bismarck’s Lukas Millen was named an overtime hero for the Bobcats, who helped give Minot a winless weekend in Central Division play. Minot opened scoring with a Zack Bross goal, and continued to see goals from Spencer Zwiener, Michael Talbot and Derek Frentz. Bismarck rallied goals from Jordan Fralich, Matthew Barry (x2), Zach Kennedy and Lukas Millen. Will Ulrich took the win through 60+ minutes of play for the Bobcats with 28 saves, while Lucas Murray was given the loss for Minot with 23 saves. Boxscore

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