Sunday round-up: Ice Wolves complete three-game sweep | North American Tier III Hockey League

January 16, 2023



Danbury forward Nick Rogers had two goals and an assist to lead his team to a 4-2 win over the Bobcats on Sunday.

Sunday box results

New Mexico 5 @ Midtowns 2 – New Mexico scored goals from five different players as they finished a three-game win over the Stars thanks to a 5-2 win on Sunday. The Stars led early 2-1 in the 3rd minuteapprox Period thanks to two goals from Andrew Kolka while Fletcher Burnett scored a 2nd Period goal for New Mexico. late in the 3rdapprox The Ice Wolves scored four goals in four minutes to earn the 5-2 win as Jaden Stiller, Evan Axell, Liam Mooney and Jo Kawagishi all scored. Krzysztof Jakubowski made 13 saves in the win, while Cole Eckert made 59 saves in the loss.

Bay State 2 @ Danbury 4 – Danbury forward Nick Rogers had two goals and an assist to lead his team to a 4-2 win over the visiting Bobcats. The Jr. Hat Tricks took a 3-0 lead with goals from Antonio Felidi, Seth Beagle and the first from Rogers. Bay State cut the lead to 3-2 in the 3rdapprox Goals from Jake Rossignol and Landen Schoonover at half-time, but a power-play goal from Rogers later in the half secured the 4-2 win. Braden Henderson made 21 saves in the win while Aiden McGraw made 28 saves in the loss.

Wausau 4 @ Milwaukee 3 – Ricky Nelson scored twice to lead the Cyclones to a 4-3 away win in Milwaukee. After a goalless 1St Third, Wausau took a 2-0 lead in the 2ndnd Period with goals from Nelson and Kalob Paquin. The Power then took control with three straight goals from Tommy Kundinger, Bryce Garber and Jack Wojnowski to take a 3-2 lead. late in the 3rdapprox At halftime, Wausau scored another goal from Nelson and one from Gabe Randel, remaining 33 seconds from the win. Mitch Miscevich made 31 saves in the win and Brett Holmer made 27 saves in the loss.

Oregon 3 @ Peoria 1 – Tradesmen goaltender Tyler Fromolz made 35 saves to lead his team to a 3-1 away win in Peoria. The game was goalless for the first two periods. in the 3rdapprox Oregon scored the first period thanks to a Carter Watters goal. Peoria leveled the game 1-1 just over a minute later when Jaycob Bland hit on the power play. Later in the 3approx Period Oregon pulled away with goals from Will Falconer and Sam Knight. Mustang goalie Cam Pendleton made 26 saves in the loss.

Norwich 3 @ Long Beach 4 (OT) – The sharks moved in in 4th Place East as Nate Mastrony scored the winning goal in overtime and an assist in a 4-3 win. It was even 1-1 after two halves when Sava Makarenko scored for the Sea Captains and Dylan Harbor answered for Long Beach. in the 3rdapprox Period Long Beach scored goals from Jack Fitzpatrick and Colin McPherren while Jack Kinahan and Jacob Begich scored for Norwich. Mastrony’s game-winner came just over two minutes past OT and was his 11thth goal of the season. Ryo Murakami made 34 saves in the win while Brendan Pellerito made 23 saves in the loss.

Atlanta 5 @ TX RoadRunners 4 (OT) – The Capitals clinched their second win of the weekend at College Station as they beat the RoadRunners 5-4 in overtime. Defender Austin Micale had two goals and two assists in the win. The Capitals scored goals from Anthony O’Neal and Micale, a 2nd Third goal from Nick Mumford and another goal from Micale in the 3rd minuteapprox Period. Meanwhile, the RoadRunners scored two goals from Jack Herron, one from Matvey Ivanov and one from Tyler Love. Just a minute into extra time, Mumford scored his second goal of the game for the extra time winner. Aleks Sumoski made 39 saves in the win while Nash Wilson made 41 saves in the loss.

TX Brahmas 3 @ El Paso 2 – The Brahmas took an early lead and prevented an El Paso comeback with a 3-2 win on Sunday. Texas led 2-0 early in the 2nd Period with goals from Wyatt Witham and Benjamin Mondou. El Paso later stormed in World War IInd to a 2-2 draw when Trey Erramouspe and TJ Bayer both scored. late in the 3rdapprox Period, the Brahmas netted the game winner from Ryan Spreyne’s bat. Brahma’s goaltender Brendan Forden made 23 saves in the win while Phillip O’Neill made 16 saves in the loss.

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