Scoring Eruption in Week 3
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In week 3 the temperature stayed hot as the scoring heated up.
In the first match up the goals came early and fast. The Tuttle Park All-Stars had four skaters with hat tricks. The Plague featured 5 first time skaters and showed signs of life late with a pair of goals. The overwhelming attack of Tuttle Park carried them to a victory in the first half of their double header.
Byrne Outs faced off against Decapitators in the second tilt of the day. While Byrne Outs debuted new jerseys Decapitators jumped out to a 5 goal lead eventually winning by a 6-2 score. Andy Burnheimer led the Decapitators with a hat trick while Brett Chaffin extended his goal scoring streak to 3 games, putting up both goals for the Byrne Outs.
The finally pitted the GeriHattrick versus Tuttle Park All-Stars on the second leg of double header. An early one goal lead for the ‘Hattricks was erased quickly by a second period 6 goal scoring spree that saw a natural hat trick by captain Andrew Telfer. Late goals by the GeriHattricks made the score look much closer than the game actually was, with a final of 8 – 4.
The sweep of their double header vaulted the Tuttle Park All-Stars into first place in the standings with a 3 – 1 record.
Pictures from Week 3 for your viewing pleasure:
Byrne Outs’ goaltender Aaron Hipwell turning aside the Decapitator attack
The Plague newcomer Nora Anderson tracks the ball to the boards watched closely by Matthew Connolly
Ryan Burbach skates through the challenge by Chris Hand
Nick Lane makes a stop as his Tuttle Park All-Star defense clears the ball
Walter Stepanenko wheels through the Byrne Outs defense
Your weekly GoPro video courtesy of Andrew Telfer (aka TheNasher61)
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In observance of the 4th of July holiday there are no games scheduled next week. Have a safe and happy holiday and we will see you back at the rink on July 9.