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Saturday Scores: Windigo Keep on Winning

January 28, 2024

Tamas Toth netted the OT winner as Bismarck won their sixth straight game

New Hampshire 4 @ Danbury 2: A hat trick from Matthew Hale led the New Hampshire Mountain Kings as they doubled up the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks 4-2. Hunter Fetterolf had a pair of assists while Ethan Rosenoff potted the other goal for New Hampshire. David Tolan and Logan Nickerson scored for Danbury in the loss. Carson Dorfman was the winner in goal as he made 28 saves. Thomas Kiesewetter suffered the loss, stopping 27 shots.

Rochester 5 @ Northeast 3: The Rochester Jr. Americans earned a weekend sweep over the Northeast Generals as they won on Saturday by a score of 5-3. The Americans jumped out to a big lead early as goals from Jaden Dyke, Gabe Randel and Jordin Palmer got them out to a 3-0 lead after 20 minutes. Clay O’Donnell added a goal of his own to increase the lead before the Generals made a charge. Andrew DellaDonna, Ben Campeau and Brendan Kimball all scored in just a span of 5:47 to bring the game within one. The score would remain the same until the final minute of regulation when Massimo Gentile put home the dagger.

Maine 0 @ Johnstown 2: The Tomahawks earned a weekend sweep over the Maine Nordiques as Zack Ferris stopped all 29 shots fired in his direction to earn his first NAHL shutout. Zach Aben got the scoring started with his 16th of the season just 62 seconds into the action. Cade Baker increased the Johnstown lead with his seventh of the year in the second period. The Nordiques turned on the heat in the third but Ferris stood tall stopping all 16 shots he faced in the final frame. Carter Richardson allowed just two goals on 30 shots.

New Jersey 3 @ Maryland 6: David Utkin had two goals and two assists to lead the Black Bears to a 6-3 win over the Titans. Luke Janus notched two goals and an assist as well while Riley Run and Jeremy Tremblay each had a goal and two helpers. Kristofers Krumins, Jack Hillier and Dominik Bartecko all found the back of the net for New Jersey. Owen Lepak earned the win in the blue paint as he made 22 saves. Zakari Brice was dealt the loss as he made 34 stops.

Bismarck 2 @ St. Cloud 1 (OT): Tamas Toth netted the overtime winner as the Bismarck Bobcats came from behind to drop the St. Cloud Norsemen 2-1. The game was scoreless for almost 40 minutes as Keaton Orrey scored with just under two minutes remaining in the middle frame to break the deadlock. Patrick Johnson put home his 16th goal of the season midway through the third and then in the overtime period, Tommy Cronin set up Toth for the one timer which beat Max Weilandt and gave Bismarck the extra point. Stephen Peck was the win in between the pipes as he made 27 saves. Weilandt was give the loss as he made 25 saves.

North Iowa 1 @ Aberdeen 4: The offense continued to shine for Aberdeen on Saturday night, after scoring eight on Friday, the tacked on four more on Saturday in their 4-1 win over the North Iowa Bulls. Riley Sharun scored twice while Salvatore Collora and Tyler Dahms each scored for the Wings. Sangyeob Kim provided the only goal for the Bulls in a losing effort. Adam Dybal stopped 23 of the 24 shots he faced to grab the win. Santo Simmchen made 13 saves for the Bulls.

Austin 0 @ Minot 5: After falling on Friday night, the Minot Minotauros stormed back for a convincing 5-0 win over the Austin Bruins. Trevor Stachowiak led all skaters with a goal and an assist. Jack O’Hanisain, Nicholas Sewecke, Chad Muller and Colby Bear all got on the scoresheet in the win for Minot. In between the pipes, Brady James was perfect, turning aside all 24 shots he faced. Nick Kurtiak stopped 19 of the 24 shots fired his way for the Bruins.

Oklahoma 5 @ Odessa 4: The Oklahoma Warriors battled back from last night's loss to take a 5-4 win against the Odessa Jackalopes. Odessa got ahead in the first period with a goal from John Wojciechoski for a 1-0 lead. In the second, the Warriors added three unanswered goals with Drew Sutton, Max Vig and Carter Sproule for a 3-1 score. Cameron Dunn added another for Odessa to get within a goal, 3-2. Late in the period, Drew Sutton added his second of the night to extend the Warriors lead, 4-2. In the third, Sutton scored his third of the game making the score 5-2. The Jackalopes answered back with two goals from Hayden DeMars, but fell short by a final score of 5-4. William Stuski was great in net for Oklahoma, stopping 34 shots in the contest. 

New Mexico 0 @ Lone Star 1 (OT): The Lone Star Brahmas swept the New Mexico Ice Wolves on the road in a 1-0 overtime final. Justin Kerr scored the game winner as the Brahmas headed back to North Richland Hills, TX with four points under their belts. Lone Star goalie Jack Wieneke was tremendous, stopping all 26 shots he faced in the shutout win. 

Amarillo 0 @ Corpus 2: The Corpus Christi IceRays replied after last night's loss to take a 2-0 shutout win over the Amarillo Wranglers. In the first, Mathieu Bourgault picked up the first goal of the game for a 1-0 IceRays lead. In the second, Micheal Valdez added to the lead for a 2-0 final score. Corpus goaltender Bryant Marks picked up the shutout win backstopping 36 shots on net. 

Shreveport 3 @ El Paso 2 (SO): The Shreveport Mudbugs were victorious in a weekend sweep over the El Paso Rhinos by a score of 3-2. The Mudbugs opened up the first period strong by adding two goals with Hayden Nichol. In the second period, the Rhinos evened up the game with Medrick Bolduc and Frank Tafelski. After a scoreless overtime period, the game went to a shootout where the Mudbugs took the win, 3-2. Mudbugs goaltender Nikolai Goich picked up the win in net after stopping 29 shots. 

Janesville 3 @ Springfield 5: The Jr. Blues scored three goals in the final frame en route to a 5-3 bounce-back win to secure the series split. After a scoreless first Dylan Glinski and Hadley Hudak found the back of the net for Springfield while Nick Sajevic buried to keep the deficit at one for the Jets. Anthony Ruklic and Hudak provided more offense in the 3rd for Springfield while Trey Fechko and Therien Thiesing scored the remaining goals for Janesville. JJ Cataldo was the victory between the pipes, stopping 38 of 41 shots faced. Jan Kasal made 34 saves in the loss. 

Chippewa 3 @ Minnesota 1: The Steel trailed 1-0 after 40 minutes of play and rallied to score three unanswered to secure the win and weekend sweep. Ren Morque got the Wilderness on the board late in the 2nd period with his 1st of the season. Peyton Platter tied the game midway through the 3rd before Anton Astashevich scored the eventual game-winner and Peyton Platter deposited the dagger. Ajay White was astounding for Chippewa, keeping out 39 of 40 shots. Nick Erickson made 34 saves in the loss. 

Wisconsin 6 @ Fairbanks 3: The Windigo picked up their 5th consecutive victory after doubling the Ice Dogs in offensive output, winning 6-3. Braydon Beahm scored the lone goal in the 1st for Wisconsin. Jacob Jastrzebski, Everett Pietila, and Quinn Disher all buried in the middle frame to extend the lead while Jack Thomas got Fairbanks on the board. 

Kenai River 2 @ Anchorage 3 (OT): Camden Shasby set up Cole Christian on a 2-on-0 with 1:55 remaining to win it in overtime for the Wolverines. Kenai River’s Andy Larson and Anchorage’s Brock Devlin traded goals in the opening frame. Roope Tuomioksa’s bury midway through the 2nd period had the visitors up a goal until Kade Shea’s 10th of the season and equalizer with less than four minutes left in regulation. Vaughn Makar kept out 20 in the win while Conor Sullivan kept out an impressive 43 shots in the loss. Wisconsin’s Logan Nickolaus and Will Schumacher lit the lamp in the 3rd while Fairbank’s Nik Gudmunson and Reece Cordray added to Fairbanks’ score. Max Beckford made 30 saves in the win while Marcus Ouellet kept out 25 for the Ice Dogs. 


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