Monday, 5-21 game recaps and summaries
Knights 12, Vikings 0
Goals: Calvert 6, Schindler 3, Kline 2, Stuart 1
Assists: Kline 4, Calvert 2, Schindler 1, Stuart 1
Saves: Schickling 7, Sutter 30
Scratches: Rutherford, Pangallo, Foradori
Vikings still looking for more bodies. Knights improve to 4-1 on the season
The Knights improved to 4-1 on the season after a 12-0 mercy rule victory over the Vikings at 6:00. It only took the Knights two periods to close out the game.
Andy Calvert led the way with 6 goals and 2 assists. Jake Kline added 2 goals and 4 assists. Todd Schickling only needed to make 7 saves to earn his second shutout of the season.
The Knights now enter a more challenging part of the schedule with games against the Yeti, Colonials, Xtreme, Renegades, and Xtreme consecutively. The Vikings dropped to 0-4 and have seen opponents outscore them 47-3 so far this season.
Hooligans 8, Colonials 7
Goals: Cory Schuckers 4, Llewellyn 3, Kalgren 1
Assists: Iseler 2, Cory Schuckers, 2, Bell 1, Cody Schuckers 1, Llewellyn 1
Assists: Bob Anderson 3, Brian Anderson 2, Amick 1
Saves: Nelson 23, Herman 23
Cory Schuckers spoils Jerred Amick’s 4 goal night:
The Hooligans scored two goals in the final 1:35 to earn a dramatic come-from-behind victory over the Colonials 8-7 Monday night. The Hooligans improve to 3-1 while the Colonials dropped to 1-3.
The Colonials have played in all one-goal games so far this season and dropped the last two in the final seconds of the game. Last week, Derik Day scored with :45 seconds remaining. This week, Cory Schuckers scored his fourth of the game with :30 seconds left to earn the win. Schuckers also added a pair of assists to lead the Hooligans.
Jerred Amick played his best game in a Colonials jersey, scoring 4 goals as well. Amick’s goal with 1:35 to go gave the Colonials a 7-6 lead that it surrendered on the next face-off when Eric Llewellyn beat two defenders to slide the ball into the net while diving to the floor. Llewellyn pitched in three goals and an assist.
Both goalies, James Nelson and Tim Herman, stopped 23 shots in what was a back-and-forth game. In addition to Amick’s five points, Bob Anderson also tallied 2 goals and 3 assists for the Colonials.
Yeti 12, Mayhem 0
Goals: Currin 4, Fatula 4, Mohney 1, Pompeii 1, Jacobson 1, Day 1
Assists: Day 3, Jacobson 2, Mohney 1
Saves: McKinley 16, Dennison 16
Jarrod Currin’s big day awaits
Jarrod Currin kicked off his wedding week with a celebration of goals Monday, notching four in the Yeti’s 12-0 mercy rule victory over the Mayhem. Dan Fatula joined the party with four goals of his own while Derik Day added a goal and 3 assists. Adam McKinley earned his first shutout of the season with 16 saves. Jim Dennison also made 16 saves in the Mayhem net.
The Yeti will take on the Knights next week while the Mayhem will take on the Colonials. Just a reminder that games will be played on Wednesday next week instead of Monday due to Memorial Day.
Renegades 10 Lazers 2
Refs: Peach Caltagarone/Cory Schuckers
Scratches: Ryan Johnson
Goals – Lehman 2, Hunter 2, Stinchcomb 2, Matchock 2, Spencer 2
Goals – Reiter 1, Gasbarre 1
Assists – Hunter 2, Lehman 1, Stinchcomb 1, Vollmer 1, Spencer 1, Matchock 1
Assists – N/A
Saves – Sutter 46, Clontz 27
5 players score goals to help Renegades improve to 5-0
In all around team effort, the Renegades picked up a 10-2 win over the Lazers in the 8 p.m. game Monday night. The Renegades are now 5-0 on the season. Mike Lehman, Pat Hunter, Denny Stinchcomb, Joe Spencer and Derrian Matchock each had 2 goals, while 6 different players had at least one assist. Even more impressive was their netminder, Josh Clontz, making some solid saves, 27 overall, to keep the Renegades in control throughout. The Renegades were up 4-0 in the later stages of the 2nd period before Brandon Reiter was finally able to get one by Josh Clontz to get the Lazers within 4-1. Shortly afterwards, Reiter hit the post in what could have got the Lazers within 4-2, instead, Mike Lehman got one by Henry Sutter to put the Renegades up 5-1 going into the 3rd period. 5 Renegade goals in the 3rd period put the game well out of reach. Henry Sutter filled in for Jeremy Lee and made 46 saves in the losing effort. Dakota Gasbarre added the other goal for the Lazers, who fell to 0-5 on the season. The Xtreme will await both teams, with the Lazers taking their turn next week and the Renegades getting their turn the following week. The Renegades will get to sit home next week. Just a reminder, there will be no games on Monday, May 28th. Games will be played on Wednesday, May 30th.