Saturday results: Warriors, Ice Dogs continue unbeaten streak | North American Hockey League

January 15, 2023



Johnstown goalie Alex Rajalin-Scharp stopped 59 of 62 shots in a weekend Maine sweep.

Saturday box results

Oklahoma 6 @ Shreveport 3 – The Warriors capped a weekend win over the Mudbugs thanks to a 6-3 win on Friday when Blaise Miller recorded two goals and an assist. Things were looking good early on for the Mudbugs as they led 3-0 after the first 20 minutes thanks to goals from Garrett Steele, Drake Morse and Sutton Murray. The Warriors turned the tables in the 2nd and exploded for five goals when Max Dronen, William Ahlrik, William Lawson-Body, Drew Sutton and Miller all lit the lamp. Miller added his second goal of the game in the 3rd minuteapprox Time for a 6:3 victory. Cameron Korpi made 32 saves in the win while Tommy Aitken made 20 saves in the loss.

Kenai River 2 @ Fairbanks 3 – Kayden Hargraves made 33 saves to lead the Ice Dogs to a 3-2 win over the Brown Bears, who ended a weekend home win and increased the Ice Dogs’ division lead to five points. Fairbanks jumped with goals in 1St Period by Justin Biraben and Brady Welsch. Kenai River reduced the lead to 2-1 with a 2nd Half-time goal by Ben Monson. in the 3rdapprox Phase, a power play goal by Billy Renfrew proved the winner of the game. Owen Hanson had the other goal for Kenai River. Brown Bears goalie Nils Wallstrom made 25 saves in the loss.

Maryland 6 @ Danbury 0 – The Black Bears notched two goals from Brad McNeil and a shutout from Jack Wieneke with 20 saves in a 6-0 win on Saturday, completing a weekend win. Adam Schankula opened the top scorer in the 1St Period. McNeil, Branden Piku and Trayce Johnson added 2nd Half-time goals and McNeil and Samuel Stitz scored in the 3approx Period. Danbury goalkeeper Patriks Berzins accepted the loss with 17 saves.

Maine 3 @ Johnstown 4 – Tyler DesRochers scored twice to lead the Tomahawks to a 4-3 win over the Nordiques ending a weekend. The teams were tied 2-2 after two periods, with Ryan Vellucci and Drake Albers scoring for Johnstown and Aidan Coupe and Jonny Meiers answering for Maine. in the 3rdapprox Maine briefly took a 3-2 lead through a Filip Wiberg power-play goal, but Johnstown responded with two DesRochers goals to win the game. Alec Rajalin-Scharp made 29 saves in the win while Kael Depape made 31 saves in the loss.

Austin 2 @ Cloud 1 St – Bruins goalie Trent Wiemken made 20 saves to lead the Bruins to a home win over the Northmen over the weekend. Austin opened the top scorer in the 1St Phase with a power play goal by James Goffredo. in the 2ndnd Period, Norsemen drew the game 1-1 when Andrew Clarke scored on the power play. The game winner came later in the 2nd Period penned by Walter Zacher. Nordmann goalie Ethan Dahlmeir made 34 saves in the loss.

Minnesota 3 @ Wisconsin 4 – Drew Fisher scored twice to lead the Windigo to a 4-3 win and a home win over the weekend in the wilds. The wilderness had a productive 1St scored all three goals in the first frame to take a 3-2 lead as Kevin Marx Noren, Joe Cesario and Ginnar Thoreson all scored for Minnesota while Fisher scored both goals for the WIndigo. in the 2ndnd Period, Wisconsin tied the game at 3-3 with a goal by Benjamin Anderson. The game winner came in the 3rdapprox Period from the stick by Luke Levandowksi. Maxwell Beckford made 33 saves in the win while Konrad Kausch made 27 saves in the loss.

Springfield 4 @ Janesville 3 — Jr. Blues goalie Aksel Reid made 29 saves to lead his team to a 4-3 win in Janesville on Saturday that capped a weekend road win. The Jr. Blues got off to a quick start, going 3-0 into the early 3approx Period thanks to goals from James Callahan, Mac Gadowsky and Cole Lonsdale. Janesville would later answer in the 3approx Playing time included two goals from Jimmy Doyle and one from Max Giblin, but a goal from Springfield’s Edvards Bergmanis proved the decisive win. Selby Warren made 29 saves in the loss.

Odessa 3 @ Amarillo 1 – Jackalopes goalkeeper Gergely Orosz allowed just a single goal and made 42 saves in a 3-1 win, earning Odessa a weekend away at Amarillo. Odessa scored first as Ryan Kelly scored a power play goal. Amarillo responded with a Ben Ivey power-play goal of his own. late in the 2ndnd The Jacks finally took the lead thanks to a goal from Emerson Goode. in the 3rdapprox Period, John Christen made it 3-1. Carter Clafton made 26 saves in the loss.

Aberdeen 5 @ Minot 2 – Five different players scored and Cole Moore made 33 saves as the Wings earned a weekend split thanks to a 5-2 win on Saturday at Minot. The game was 2-2 in the first 20 minutes when Kyle Contessa and Dylan Wegner scored for the Wings while Nick Sewecke and Chase LaPinta answered for Minot. in the 2ndnd The Wings took control with goals from Patrick O’Connell and Zachary Reim. Alexander Gullichsen would in the 3approx Time to complete the 5-2 win. Erik Chaffe made 21 saves in the loss for Minot.

New Jersey 4 @ Philly 1 – Four different players scored for the Titans and Zakari Brice made 23 saves as New Jersey salvaged a weekend split against the Rebels thanks to a 4-1 win on Saturday. New Jersey opened the top scorer in 1St Period with a goal by Johnny McMahon. in the 2ndnd The Rebels drew the game 1-1 when Greg Spitznagel scored. After that it was all Titans as 2nd Third goal by Dominik Bartecko and 3approx Half-time goals from Tyler Sanborn and Ben Muthersbaugh secured the 4-1 win. Rebels goalie Jakub Krbecek made 26 saves in the loss.

North Iowa 1 @ Bismarck 3 – Bobcats goalie Hunter Garvey made 24 saves to lead the Bobcats to a 3-1 win and a weekend split with the Bulls. Bismarck was in control for most of the game as they maintained a 2-0 lead in 2nd minutend Stage with goals from Luke Roelofs and Drew Holt. in the 2ndnd The lead increased to 3-0 when Nick Baer scored his first goal of the season. The Bulls would concede their only goal midway through the 3rdapprox Time when Byron Hartley turned 12th goal of the season. Bulls goalie Stefan Carney made 28 saves in the loss.

Corpus Christi 1 @ New Mexico 3 – The Ice Wolves salvaged a weekend split thanks to 19 saves from William Craig and two goals from Sully Scholle in a 3-1 win over the IceRays. The IceRays were the first to hit early in WW1St Period with a goal from Jackson Beach. New Mexico would respond later in the period when Socle scored his first goal of the game. The Ice Wolves drew in the 2nd with goals from Ryan Johnson and another from Scholle. IceRays goaltender Patrik Jurcak made 40 saves in the loss in what was his NAHL debut.

El Paso 1 @ Lone Star 5 – The Brahmas made two goals from Ray Murakami and 15 saves from Arthur Smith in a 5-1 win that salvaged a weekend break-up against the Rhinos. Lone Star took a 3-0 lead thanks to two goals from Murakami and one from Ryan Comishock. late in the 2ndnd period, the Rhinos came on with their lone goal from Kolby Amici. in the 3rdapprox goals from Shane Carr and Johan Rosenquist secured the 5-1 win. El Paso goalie Nolan Suggs made 23 saves in the loss.

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