Bulls point streak now at 20 games after three-game sweep
Corpus Christi 1 @ Amarillo 4 - The Amarillo Bulls extended their point streak to 20 consecutive games and completed a three-game weekend sweep of the Corpus Christi IceRays with a 4-1 win Sunday at the Budweiser Bull Pen at Amarillo Civic Center. The Bulls now enjoy the largest division lead (17 points) of any team in the NAHL. The Bulls last regulation loss came on October 20th.
Jack Smiley scored the lone goal for Corpus Christi who have dropped four consecutive games for the first time this season, following a junior franchise record nine-game winning streak.
The Bulls snagged the first goal of the game at the 15:40 mark of the first period when Logan Jenuwine scored off a feed from Gabriel Seger.
Amarillo started the second period on a five-minute power play and Trey Bagwell scored three minutes into the opportunity.
Smiley cut the Bulls’ lead in half with a power-play goal 6:24 into the third period, assisted by Blake Bennett and Kyle Moore.
Alex Peterson regained the two-goal lead for Amarillo at 11:54, then Jenuwine completed a three-point night (2+1) with an empty-net goal at 18:50, marking his NAHL-leading 29th tally of the season.
The teams were tied in shots, 31-31. Corpus Christi dropped to 1-5-0-0 this season against the Bulls. Bulls goalie Jason Grande made 30 saves in the win, while IceRays goalie Sam Best made 27 saves in the loss.