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Saturday Scores: Dybal leads Wings to road sweep in Austin

January 14, 2024

Odessa forward James Richman had a hat-trick in a 5-2 win on Saturday as the Jackalopes completed a weekend road sweep of Shreveport.

Saturday Box Scores

Aberdeen 5 @ Austin 1 – Wings goalie Adam Dybal was outstanding, making 52 saves as Aberdeen picked up a weekend sweep in Austin by a 5-1 final on Saturday. Five different players scored for the Wings, which included four goals in the 1st period from Logan Gravink, Salvatore Collora, Isak Holmstrom, and Nikolai Tishkevich. Dylan Cook scored the lone goal for Austin. Leonid Bulgakov added Aberdeen’s fifth goal in the 2nd period to complete the scoring. 

Odessa 5 @ Shreveport 2 – The Jackalopes scored five times in the 2nd period as James Richman had a natural hat-trick and Michael Kadlecik had two goals and an assist in a 5-2 win and weekend road sweep of the Mudbugs. After a scoreless 1st period, Richman scored Odessa’s first three goals in the 2nd period, followed by two from Kadlecik. Kyan Haldenby and Nick Marino had the goals in the Mudbugs loss. Jackalopes goalie Quentin Sigurdson made 32 saves in the win. 

North Iowa 0 @ Bismarck 3 – Bobcats goalie Stephen Peck, who was recently named to the NHL Central Scouting Mid-Season Rankings list, stopped all 14 shots that came his way as Bismarck shutout North Iowa 3-0 on Saturday for a weekend home sweep. The Bobcats scored once in each period as Tommy Cronin scored in the 1st period, Evan Hunter scored in the 2nd period, and Kyle Doll added a 3rd period goal. Bulls goalie Dylan Johnson made 34 saves in the loss. 

Oklahoma 3 @ Lone Star 2 – The Warriors got 24 saves from Daniel Duris as they ran their winning streak to four straight thanks to their fourth straight win over the Brahmas, completing a weekend road sweep. The Brahmas led 2-1 after the 1st period thanks to goals from Anthony Cappello and Brock James, while Nathan Rickey scored for Oklahoma. The Warriors took control in the 2nd period, getting two goals from Landon Fleming and the eventual game-winner from William Ahlrik. 

New Mexico 5 @ Corpus Christi 2 – Thanks to a hat-trick from Olivier Lamothe and three assists from Ryan Seelinger, the Ice Wolves picked up a weekend road sweep of the IceRays thanks to a 5-2 win on Saturday. New Mexico jumped out to a 2-0 lead with goals from Zach Boren and Rasmus Leijonhielm. In the 2nd period, the IceRays cut the lead down to 2-1 on a goal from Zakhar Polshakov. Lamothe would then score the next three goals for the Ice Wolves to put the game away. Michael Valdez had the other goal for Corpus Christi. New Mexico goalie Andy Vlaha made 27 saves in the win. 

Maine 3 @ New Hampshire 1: The Maine Nordiques add another road win over the New Hampshire Mountain Kings to complete the weekend sweep, winning 3-1. In the opening period, Cameron Stehle posted a goal for New Hampshire. The second period saw a tuck from Maine’s Kellen Murphy to even the game. In the final period, Nils Forselius and Cole Hipkin both scored to end the game with a Nordique win, 3-1. Maine goalie Carter Richardson turned away 42 shots in the win.   

Anchorage 3 @ Fairbanks 1: The Wolverines scored three consecutive goals en route to a 3-1 victory and sweep over Fairbanks on the road. Fyodor Nikolayenya tallied a pair of goals in the opening frame including a beauty on the 2nd to give Anchorage a two-goal lead through 20 minutes. Kade Shea extended the lead to three midway through the middle frame. Fairbank’s Gage Leonard tallied his 3rd of the season nine minutes into the 3rd but the Ice Dogs were unable to mount a comeback. Vaughn Makar kept out 24 of 25 shots faced in the victory while Tyler Krivtsov made 32 saves for the Wolverines.  

Colorado 2 @ Amarillo 6 – Wranglers forward Jack McDonald had two goals and an assist as Amarillo picked up their second win of the weekend over the Grit, 6-2. The game was tied 2-2 in the 2nd period as Amarillo got goals from Roman Zap and McDonald, while Alexander German and Nicholas Capasso scored for Colorado. The Wranglers would then seize control, scoring the final four goals of the game including another goal from McDonald and others from Morley Phillips, Jack Ivey, and Luke Morris. Connor McDonough made 29 saves in the win. 

Johnstown 1 @ Danbury 5: The Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks returned the favor after a 5-1 loss last night to the Johnstown Tomahawks, winning on Saturday night 5-1. Danbury took to the scoresheet first with Grant Dietz for a 1-0 lead. Johnstown answered back with a goal from Justin Rapp as he evened things up 1-1. Danbury went back to work with Logan Nickerson and Alexios Georgaklis to lead going into the first intermission, 3-1. In the second, Wyatt Stefan added to the Hat Tricks lead, 4-1. In the third, Grant Dietz netted his second of the game for a final score of 5-1. Hat Tricks goaltender Lukas Fursten backstopped 24 shots in the win.  

St. Cloud 1 @ Minot 5 – The 1st place Minotauros got back to their winning ways as five different players scored in a 5-1 win, which salvaged a weekend split against the Norsemen. St. Cloud opened the scoring in the 1st period with their lone goal from Kyle Miller. It was all Minot after that as they took a 2-1 lead later in the 1st period with goals from Adam Mahler and Cayden Casey. Will Dawson added a goal in the 2nd period to make it 3-1 and then Jack O’Hanisain and Trevor Stachowiak added 3rd period goals to make it a 5-1 final score.  

Maryland 3 @ Northeast 1: The Maryland Black Bears split their weekend series against the Northeast Generals after winning 3-1 on Saturday night. The Generals got on the scoresheet first in the middle period with a goal from Joseph McGraw. Later in the second period, Tyler Stern answered back to even the game 1-1 for Maryland. In the third, the Black Bears took the lead with Tyler Stern scoring again, and then Dimitry Kebreau nearing the end of the game for a 3-1 final score. Maryland goaltender Colin Ronan stopped 32 shots in the contest.  

Philadelphia 0 @ Rochester 3: The Rochester Jr. Americans blanked the Philadelphia Rebels by a score of 3-0. The action started up in the second period where Luca Leighton netted a Rochester goal. In the third, Clay O’Donnell and Matteo Disipio both scored to end the game with a 3-0 final. Goaltender Danick Leroux posted a 21-shot shutout win. 

Chippewa 3 @ Springfield 4 (OT): Hadley Hudak found the back of the net in overtime for his second of the game to lift the Jr. Blues past Chippewa 4-3. Hudak and Isaac Keller (2) netted tallies in the 1st for Springfield while Scott Miner kept Chippewa within reach with his 5th goal of the season. After a scoreless middle frame the Steel rallied back to level the scores as Peyton Platter and Jacob Ligi scored consecutively. JJ Cataldo had 40 saves in the victory while Ajay White kept out 32 shots for the Steel.  

Minnesota 4 @ Wisconsin 3 (SO): 65 minutes was not enough to break the deadlock between these two Midwest powerhouses as Minnesota would edge past the Windigo 4-3 on the road in the shootout. Luca Ricciardi and Adam Johnson buried consecutive goals early on for the visitors before Will Schumacher cut the deficit in half with a goal before the 1st intermission. In the middle frame, Ricciardi netted his 2nd of the game and season to re-extend the lead but Wisconsin’s Max Martin and Quinn Disher fired past goals to level the scores. Wilderness netminder Nick Erickson stopped 33 shots in regulation and all three shootout attempts to secure the victory. Wisconsin’s Linards Lipskis kept out just 12 shots in the loss. 

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