Monday, December 05, 2005

CSHL weekend roundup

Sat. Dec. 3

The Motor City Chiefs scored two early first period goals that would end up being all they needed as they skate past the Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks, 5-1.

Joe Schweiger and Bob Collar scored in the first to give the Chiefs the lead. Mike Schultz closed the gap to early in the second period, but Steve Popp and Zac Lewis scored to extend the Chiefs lead. Justin Ingram scored an insurance goal in the third period. Paul Beckwith stopped 31 of 36 shots in the loss while Josh Baker stopped 27 of 28 in the win.

Ryan Arndt broke a 2-2 tie late in the third period and Scott Gossman added an empty-net goal to lead the Flint Jr. Generals over the Columbus Jr. B Blue Jackets 4-2.

Columbus fought back from a two goal deficit as Randy Willis and Rob Steele scored to give Flint a two-goal lead.

Ryan Wall and Matt Harrison would each score once to tie the game at two after two periods.

Drew Stanton takes the loss, stopping 27 of 30 shots and Chris Noonan gets the win stopping 40 of 42.

Sun. Dec. 4

The Motor City Chiefs and Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks played to a score indicative of a football game with the Chiefs coming out on top 10-7.

Leading the way for the Chiefs offensively was Ryan Bond (1G,3A), Nick Stroup (1G,3A), Zach Lewis (3G,1A), Joe Schweiger (2G,1A) and Bob Collar (1G,2A). Steve Popp and Mitch Washer each scored once. Jason Lartie and Josh Baker combined to stop 32 of 39 in the win.

For the Jr. Jacks, who signed an emergency goaltender late last night, Cody Ayers (2G,1A) and Tim Okicki (2G) led the way offensively. Pete Opalacz, David Bruder and Steve Osacky each scored once. Fran Park stopped 42 of 51 shots, with an empty-net goal, taking the loss.

Shane Mytnik scored a hat trick, including one in the first as the Grand Rapids Jr. Owls held off the Metro Jets for a 6-3 win.

Eric Curtis scored in the first period to give the Owls a 2-0 lead after one. The teams would exchange a goal each as Mytnik scored his second of the game and Wes Stoecker closed the gap to two. Grand Rapids would then score two more before the end of the period as Mytnik completed the hat trick and Greg Gentry rounded out the scoring.

Metro would make a game of it late, scoring the next two goals as Zach Warson and Chris Sarnowski scored to make the game 5-3.

With the goalie pulled for an extra attacker, Matt Krueger would score into an empty net to seal the win for Grand Rapids. Ryan Douglas and Sean Pero would combine to stop 22 of 25 shots in the win while Nick Deskins and Frank Sinatra would combine to stop 23 of 28 with an empty-net goal in the loss.


Metro @ Flint, 7:20 PM, Flint Iceland

Michigan @ Cleveland, 9:00 PM, Metroplex
Motor City @ Grand Rapids, 8:00 PM, Southside Arena
Quad City @ Metro, 8:45 PM, Lakeland

Michigan @ Cleveland, 1:30 PM, Metroplex
Motor City @ Grand Rapids, 1:30 PM, Southside Arena
Quad City @ Metro, 1:45 PM, Lakeland

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