The Super Bowl goes down Sunday night in New Orleans, but Friday night's Midwest Junior Hockey League scores resembled those of NFL games.
In the first game of the night, the Hartland Hounds defeated the GL Lightning 14-0 at the Hartland Sports Center.
Ethan Doyle and Gabe Daavettila each recorded two goals and five assists for the Hounds, while Alex Grizzel and Jared Vincek each went for two goals and two assists and Scott Luca and captain Jake Henrikson each scored twice.
Tyler Thirlby chipped in a goal and two assists, Zak Bodziak added a goal and an assist and Matt Passino and P.J. Krystyniak contributed two assists apiece.
Andrew Brownlee and Myles Grix split time in net, with Brownlee starting and stopping all 15 shots and Grix turning aside the four shots he faced.
Garrett Avery and Colin Walsh combined for 65 saves in the Lightning net.
At the Rhinelander Ice Arena, the Rhinelander Street Cats scored the game's last four goals, including Nick Fleming's overtime winner, to rally and beat the Holland River Bandits 7-6.
Dylan Farmer had a hat trick, including two shorthanded goals on the same penalty at 13:18 and 13:35 of the third period that tied the game at 6-all.
Sergey Deev registered two goals and an assist for Rhinelander, while Eric Blankenship had a goal plus a helper and Caleb Stolzman three assists to help back Spencer Brasswell's 37-save performance in goal.
Aleksandr Ilin chipped in two assists, including one on Fleming's game-winner 2:53 into the extra session.
For Holland, Bryce Stenstrom popped two goals and added two assists and Trevor McCoy scored twice with an assist as John Posler finished with 51 saves between the pipes.
Alex Devries had a goal and an assist for Holland, Riley Clark also scored and Parker Michels tacked on two assists.