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Saturday Scores: Jets Jump to Top of Midwest Division Standings

January 21, 2024

Louie Kamienski and the Oklahoma Warriors have won six games in a row

Maine 2 @ New Jersey 1: Tomek Haula buried a one-timer over New Jersey’s Dylan Krick exactly midway through the 3rd period which would lead the Nordiques past the Titans 2-1. Charles Tardif scored his 3rd goal of the weekend midway through the opening frame to give the visitors a lead. Dominick Rivelli tallied his 14th goal of the season late in the 2nd period to level the scores at 1-1. Carter Richardson was the victor between the pipes, stopping all but one of 33 shots faced. Krick made 28 saves in the losing effort. 

Northeast 3 @ Danbury 4 (SO): Grant Dietz scored a pair of goals to bring his point total to four on the weekend, helping lift the Jr. Hat Tricks past the Generals 4-3 to earn the weekend sweep. Dietz and Logan Nickerson provided a two-goal lead through 20 minutes with scores. In the 2nd, Joseph Mcgraw and Ben Campeau would rifle off a pair of goals to tie the game before Dietz netted his 2nd late in the middle frame. Ryan Remick sent the game to an eventual overtime and shootout where Jacob Roberson provided the final tally in the shootout to give Danbury the extra point. Lukas Fursten was outstanding for Danbury, stopping 39 in the victory. NA3HL call-up Daniel Antal made 17 saves in the loss. 

Maryland 1 @ Philadelphia 0: In a tightly contested defensive battle, Dimitry Kebreau’s goal five minutes into the 3rd would prove to be the decider in Maryland’s 1-0 win. Owen Lepak picked up the shutout for the Black Bears, stopping a perfect 18 for 18 shots faced. Jakub Krbecek almost stole the game for Philadelphia, making an impressive 40 saves. Maryland extended their win streak to three after this Saturday night bout. 

New Hampshire 3 @ Rochester 7: The Jr. Americans bounced back from Friday night’s loss in a convincing way, taking down the Mountain Kings 7-3. Pucks were flying in the 1st as Rochester’s Luca Leighton, Michael Sandruck, and Matteo Disipio found twine while New Hampshire’s Matthew Rosenoff and Daimon Bossie also scored. Sandruck and Disipio would score again in the middle period; Keanan Dewberry and Jaden Dyke would also add goals for the Jr. Americans. Will Murphy scored the last goal for New Hampshire. Florian Wade kept out 22 of 25 shots faced in the win while Aiden Wright and Stefan Carney combined for 34 saves in New Hampshire’s crease. 

New Mexico 2 @ Colorado 1 (OT): Ryan Johnson scored twice including the game winning goal in overtime as the New Mexico Ice Wolves dropped the Colorado Grit by a score of 2-1. The two goal night gives Johnson 22 goals on the season. Graham Harris had two assists for New Mexico while Rasmus Leijonhielm and Francois Devilliers each picked up an assist as well. Wilder Jacober notched the only goal for the Grit in the loss. Jackson Fuller was the winner in goal as he made 26 saves. Pete Sterling suffered the loss as he stopped 30 of 32 shots.

Lone Star 2 @ Shreveport 3 (OT): Ryan Burke was the overtime hero for Shreveport as the Mudbugs defeated the Brahmas by a score of 3-2 on Saturday night. Connor Bergeron got the scoring started in the first period to give Lone Star the lead. Shreveport countered with two goals in the second period, coming off the sticks of Nick Marino and Brayden Cook. In the early moments of the third period, Bergeron netted his second goal of the contest to tie the game and force overtime. Then just 1:18 into the extra period, Burke fired home his 15th of the season to send the crowd home happy. Nikola Goich scooped up the win in goal, making 26 saves. Jack Wieneke was saddled with the loss as he also made 26 saves.

Minot 2 @ Aberdeen 5: Simon Pollock scored twice and added two assists as the Aberdeen Wings avoided the sweep and beat the Minot Minotauros 5-2. Nikolai Tishkevich scored a goal and added two helpers in the victory while Leonid Bulgakov registered a goal and an assist. Kie Vahakangas also got on the scoresheet for Aberdeen. Colby Bear and Nicholas Sewecke each had a goal and an assist for Minot. Cameron Croix-Kochendorfer denied 37 shots to pick up the win in the blue paint while Lukas Swedin stopped 22 shots for the Minotauos.

Austin 1 @ Bismarck 2: In another low scoring affair, the Bismarck Bobcats picked up the sweep of the Austin Bruins, defeating them 2-1 on Saturday. Ocean Wallace scored in the dying seconds of the opening period to give Austin an early lead. Then in the second period, goals from Kyle Doll and Patrick Johnson gave Bismarck the lead for good. Stephen Peck finished the night with 32 saves including 13 of them in the final frame. Trent Wiemken suffered the loss for the Bruins in goal, he made 18 saves.

Odessa 1 @ Oklahoma 5: In his 3rd game in a Warriors sweater, Louie Kamienski tallied three goals in Oklahoma’s 5-1 rout over the Jackalopes. After a scoreless 1st, Kamienski and Nathan Rickey both scored to take a 2-0 lead heading into the 3rd. Odessa’s Hunter Whisenand cut the deficit in half before Kamienski notched his hat trick and Geno McEnery buried his 1st as a Warrior. Daniel Duris stopped 24 shots for Oklahoma while Maksim Bely and Quentin Sigurdson combined for 37 saves in the loss. 

Corpus Christi 1 @ El Paso 5: The Rhinos trailed a goal after the 1st period and turned on the jets to score five unanswered and pick up the weekend series split. Ryan Hintz put the visitors ahead with the lone 1st period goal. Alexandre Pellerin and Jakub Jerman turned the ship for El Paso in the 2nd with scores. Tory Lund potted a pair of goals while Mason LeBel buried his 6th of the season to extend the lead in the 3rd and seal the victory. Kael Depape kept out 16 shots in the victory while Vilgot Holm made 18 saves for the IceRays. 

Chippewa 2 @ Janesville 3: The Janesville Jets defend home ice with a late third period goal to take a 3-2 win over the Chippewa Steel. In the first piper, Ethan Begg got the Jets on the scoresheet. The Jets added to their lead early in the second period with a goal from Try Fechko for a 2-0 lead. The Steel scored a goal in the period to break the deficit with Anton Astashevich for a 2-1 score. In the third, Tomas Trunda got the game evened up 2-2 for Chippewa. Later in the pipers, Noah Gibbs scored the game winner for a 3-2 final. Jets goalie Jan Kasal stopped 29 of the 31 shots he faced in the game. 

Springfield 1 @ North Iowa 5: The North Iowa Bulls dominated the Springfield Jr. Blues on home ice in a 5-1 final. After a scoreless first period, the Bulls netted four unanswered goals with Blake Ulve, Hayden Siegel and Jack Seaverson, who scored twice, for a 4-0 lead. In the third, Logan Granz scored for the Jr. Blues, make the score 4-1. Later in the period, Charles Beland added to the Mason City lead for a final score of 5-1. Bulls goalie Dylan Johnson turned away 26 shots in the win. 

St. Cloud 2 @ Minnesota 1: The St. Cloud Norsemen edged past the Minnesota Wilderness in a game that did not see a goal till the third period in a 2-1 final. Hagen Moe and Tyler Dysart scored for St. Cloud to get ahead 2-0 in the third. With under a minute left to play, Peteris Purmalis scored for Minnesota making the score 2-1. St. Cloud netminder Max Weilandt stopped 20 shots in the win. 

Fairbanks 3 @ Anchorage 7: The Anchorage Wolverines defeated the Fairbanks Ice Dogs by a final score of 7-3. Anchorage was hot out of the gate scoring four goals in the opening period with Fyodor Nikolayenya scoring twice, Taisetsu Ushio, and Brock Devlin. In the second, Fairbanks got on the scoresheet with Ian Norkevicus and Nick Blood, who got the score to 5-2. Nearing the end of the period, Tyler Hennen added another goal for Anchorage, 5-2. In the third period, Cole Christian and Romulus Riego De Dios both scored, making the Wolverines lead 7-2. Nolan Abraham added a late goal for Fairbanks to end the game, 7-3. Wolverines goaltender Vaugh Makar stopped 19 shots in the win. 

Wisconsin 4 @ Kenai 0: The Wisconsin Windigo blanked the Kenai River Brown Bears on the road in a 4-0 final. Quinn Disher got the scoring going for Wisconsin in the first period, In the second, Tyler Grhame and Maxwell Martin added to the lead, 3-0. In the third, Logan Nickolaus netted the final goal of the game, as Wisconsin won 4-0. Windigo goalie Linards Lipskis posted a 23 shot shutout victory. 

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