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Weekend Recap 10-5-12 - Junior Hockey News
Published: Monday, 8 Oct 2012
a weekend of inter-division games the Fresno Monsters (4-3-1) visited
the Kenai River Brown Bears (3-2-3) and the Wenatchee Wild (8-0-0) also
took the trip to Alaska to visit the Fairbanks Ice Dogs (6-2-0).|
On Friday the Brown Bears took it to the Monsters beating them 4-0
on goals by Alex Jackstadt, Matt Seidel, Lucas Kohls, and Zach
Saturday was a very penalized game with the Monsters
penaltys totaling 16 minutes and the Brown Bears totaling 10 minutes.
The Brown Bears Matt Seidel, started the scoring at 3:51 in the first
period, the Monsters Daniel Rosse then scored at 18:03 in the second and
Karl Anderson put one by shortly after at 17:31 in the second period.
Andrew Mcdonald of Fresno started the scoring in the third period at
17:39 then on the empty net with three seconds remaining Jake Bushey put
one in the make the final score 3-2 Fresno.
Sunday the Brown Bears showed up ready to play and beat Fresno 6-2.
The Brown Bears goal scorers of the night were Matt Seidel, Conor Deal,
Alex Jackstadt, Brad LeLiever, Ansel Duesenberg, and Lucas Kohls.
Mikhail Bushinski put up both of the Monsters Goals on the night. The
Brown Bears take on the Wenatchee Wild in Kenai River on Thursday
October 11th, Friday October 12th, and Saturday October 13th. The
Monsters will be in Fairbanks on the 11th, 12th, and 13th.
Friday night the Fairbanks Ice Dogs and Wenatchee Wild put on a
great hockey game. Wenatchee's Blake Roubous started the scoring at
18:22 in the first, Fairbanks Devin Loe tied the game at 9:32 in the
first period. In a very rough second period that saw 52 penalty minutes
combined, Ryan McNeeley of Fairbanks put up the lone goal in the second
period at 10:12 to put the Ice Dogs up 2-1. Max McHugh of Wenatchee
started the scoring at 9:50 in the third period, shortly after at 8:11
Noah Nelson put one in the back of the net making it 2-3 Wenatchee.
Devin Loe of Fairbanks then notched his second of the night at 7:40,
making it 3-3. After a few minutes of back and forth hockey Brett
Gervais of the Ice Dogs put the game winning goal in at 2:39 on the
power play. Garret Clement then put an empty net goal in at 38 seconds
to make the final score 5-3.
Saturday the Ice Dogs and Wild played tough back and forth hockey.
Fairbanks Jacob Hetz started the scoring at 8:20 in the first period,
later in the period the Wild's Nicholas Kuchera put one by to make it
1-1. Garrett Clemment of Fairbanks started the 2nd period with a goal at
2:27 making it 2-1 Fairbanks. Later in the period Wenatchee's Noah
Nelson tied the game at 15:39 in the third period and at 8:21 Wenatchees
Jono Davis put the game winning goal in the back of the net. The final
score was 3-2 Wenatchee.
In another rough game the Ice Dogs and Wenatchee met on Sunday for
the final game of the three game series. The scoring started at 17:37 in
the first period on a goal by Fairbank's Jakob Romo. In the second
period Wenatchee's Jono Davis got a power play goal at 19:14. At 15:53 in
the second Ice Dog Brett Gervais put Fairbanks up 2-1, Fairbank's Doug
Rose put one in at 13:37 to put the Ice Dogs up 3-1. Wenatchee then
responded on a power play goal by Blake Roubous at 7:13 in the second,
Fairbanks Kyle Lee responded at 6:28 to put the Ice Dogs up 4-2.
Wenatchee then scored at 3:11, the goal scored by Jono Davis. 4-3
Fairbanks. Late in the third period at 15:11 Blake Roubous tied the game
to force overtime. 4-4. After no luck for either teams in overtime they
then went to a shootout where Patrick Newell scored the game winner on
the 11th shot.
Fairbanks will host the Fresno Monsters on the 11th, 12th, and 13th of
October. Wenatchee will be in Kenai River on the same dates to play the
The current NAHL West Division standing are as follows.
Kenai River- 5-3-3
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