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February 19th updated standings and recaps

Standings after February 19TH Games


1.       Knights 14 (80/14)

2.       Colonials 11 (58/50)

3.       Yeti 10 (64/29)

4.       Eagles 8 (53/32)

5.       Mayhem 8 (44/41)

6.       Jawas 2 (28/58)

7.       Walkers 2 (34/77)

8.      Hounds 2 (22/78)

 

 

Colonials 12  Jawas 11

 

This game saw a little bit of everything, from 23 total goals, to a broken light during the 1st period intermission to a near Jawas comeback in the final minute of the game.  The game went back and forth for 45 minutes.    Denny Stinchcomb batted in a goal to give the Colonials a 12-8 lead with less than 2 minutes remaining.   It looked like the Colonials finally pulled away in a game that they led the whole way but never completely pulled away.  The Jawas rallied for 3 late goals and still had 5 seconds left to try to score a tying goal, but the Colonials were able to hold on at the end.  Derek Pearce scored with 5 seconds left to go to make it 12-11.  The goal came on a really nice set up (either Zach Smith or Jeff Wehner made the pass).  Zach Smith filled in for John Matchock since John Matchock was goalying for the Colonials.  Both goalies saw plenty of action and made their fair share of saves throughout the game.  By watching a lot of Jawas games this season, it appeared that they have a little bit of everything on their roster except for that one go to guy.  Zach Smith provided that spark last night by scoring a bunch of goals and setting others up for other chances throughout the game.    Laken Dodd had 3 goals to help keep the Jawas within striking distance.  Denny Stinchcomb led the colonials with 5 goals.  Bob Anderson and Brian Anderson each scored 3 times and Fred Terwilliger scored once in the 3rd period which would turn out to be an important goal.  The Colonials lead was only 9-7 in the later stages of the 3rd period until scoring 2 unanswered goals.  Terwilliger’s goal made the lead 11-7.  The Colonials led 4-1 at the end of the first period.  The 2nd and 3rd period saw high flying action.  Believe it or not, there were some good defensive plays from individuals on both teams.  The colonials were playing without Kevin Smith for a 3rd consecutive week and without Phil Mace for the 2nd consecutive week.  They were ironman for the 2nd time this season.  The Jawas have been playing with a thin roster most of the season.  Joe Roush and Erika Dodd were not there last night.

 

Knights 15  Walkers 3 


The Knights have now outscored their opponents 80-14 on the season with last nights 15-3 win over the walkers.   It was their 3rd mercy rule win of the season (Eagles and Colonials were also mercy ruled by them).  They got off to a 7-0 lead about 10 minutes into the game until Troy Gaydosh temporary stopped the bleeding for the Walkers.  Rooster scored soon after for the Knights to make it 8-1 at the end of the first period.  The Knights had a good balance of scoring in the first period.  Nate Galentine’s goal in the first period made it 4-0 with 8 minutes to go in the first period.  Jake Kline scored their first goal a couple minutes into the game with Brandon Reiter, Andy Calvert and Noah Kline making steady contributions throughout the game.  The Knights were up 12-1 midway through the 2nd period but the Walkers kept battling to try to keep the game going.  Derrian Matchock and Corey Bassett played well in front of the net on a couple different occasions to help the Walkers trim the deficit to 12-3.  Bassett scored both goals with one of them coming on a nice set up from Derrian.  The Knights would score the final 3 goals including their 15th goal with just over a minute to go in the 2nd period to clinch the mercy rule win.  The Eagles will get a 2nd chance at the Knights next week at 6 while the Hounds and Walkers will meet for a 2nd time. 

 

Yeti 13  Hounds 1


The Yeti picked up their 4th straight win by mercy ruling the Hounds with just over 2 minutes to play in the 3rd period last night.  The Hounds were without their 2 main goal scorers (Chesley and Chesley).  Garrett Britton scored midway thru the first period to tie the game at 1 and they were only down 4-1 late in the 2nd period until Zach Smith scored to put the Yeti up 5-1 after 2 periods.  The Hounds got some good defensive play and good goal tending for nearly 2 periods before the Yeti were able to break the game open in the 3rd period.  Steve Kalgren made a nice pass to Dave Jewell early in the 3rd period to put the Yeti up 6-1 and the goals kept piling up from there.   Ben Rossi contributed 4 goals on the night. The Yeti will go up against the Colonials at 830 next week while the Hounds will take on the Walkers at 740.

 

Eagles 9  Mayhem 3


The Eagles have now won 2 in a row following a 3 game losing streak to improve to 4-3 on the season.  They were playing without Cody for the 5th time this season.  The Mayhem were once again without a full lineup but did have Trent Bembenic in the lineup for the first time last night.   Trent set Anthony Schuckers up for a 2nd period goal to cut the Eagles lead to 5-2.  The Mayhem were playing without Vinnie Deloia and without Derrian in net.  John Matchock played in an attempt to regain some confidence in net.  Eric Llewellyn snuck a long shot by Matchock early in the first period to put the Eagles up 1-0.  Jerred Amick made it 2-0 soon after but Peach was able to intercept a faceoff win and found Tyler Stitt open for a breakaway chance.  Henry Sutter made an initial save but Stitt was able to rebound the miss to close the gap 2-1.    Austin Boyd’s goal late in the 2nd period extended the lead to 7-2.  Some good passing led to some Eagles goals in the 2nd period.  Jerred Amick and Eric Llewellyn each scored 3 times in the game, with Austin Boyd scoring twice.  Larry scored once as well.  The Mayhem got 2 goals from Anthony Schuckers and one from Tyler Stitt.   This is the only time these 2 teams will meet this regular season which is ashame considering how fancy their shirts are.   Can the Eagles hang in with the Knights next week?   They are expected to have a full lineup.  The Mayhem will look for their first full line up of the season when they go up against the Jawas next week.



*** With a good slate of games scheduled for next week, we will get back to doing some interviews after those games.***

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