Bulls Blast Rays 8-2 as Jenuwine Sets NAHL Record
AMARILLO, TX - For the second time this season, Amarillo Bulls fans saw another record breaking performance at the Budweiser Bull Pen in the Amarillo Civic Center.
Logan Jenuwine set a new single season record for goals in the North American Hockey League with his 55th and 56th as the Bulls blasted the Corpus Christi IceRays 8-2. The Romeo, Michigan native broke the previous mark that was set by Pete Mehalic during the 1992-93 season as a member of the Indianapolis Jr. Ice.
Jake Willets also had a pair for the Bulls in the victory, while Alex Peterson, Nick Trela, Trey Bagwell and Brendan West had the others. Peterson set up three goals, while Brenden Datema had two. Jason Grande won his 23rd game of the season between the pipes.
It was a slow start to the game for the Bulls as the visitors controlled the first 13 minutes of game and were rewarded for their hard work with a goal off the stick of Santeri Hartikainen. In the dying seconds of the period, Logan Jenuwine worked his way around the IceRays defenseman and roofed a shot past goaltender Brian George to tie the game for his 55th of the year. Alex Peterson and Gabriel Seger assisted on the goal.
The Bulls took full control of the game with three goals in a span of 59 seconds. Jake Willets began the offensive explosion followed by Alex Peterson off a turnover and then Nick Trela on a sharp angled shot. Brenden Datema set up two of the goals, while Jason Brancheau, Trey Bagwell, Logan Jenuwine, and Brendan West had the others.
Blake Bennet replied for the IceRays midway through the second period to change to bring the team within a pair, but the Bulls finished strong and the comeback was ended.
The home side played their best second period in a while with 15 shots on goal.
The offense continued in final 20 minutes as the Bulls fired another four goals. Logan Jenuwine set the new mark with his 56th of the year following up a rebound and putting it past the sprawling goaltender Brian George. Jake Willets potted his second, while Trey Bagwell and Brendan West had the singles.
The Amarillo Bulls outshot the Corpus Christi IceRays 38-33 including 15-11 in the final 20 minutes. There were a combined eight power plays in the game with the Bulls scoring twice and the IceRays adding one.
The second game of the tripleheader of hockey continues tomorrow (Saturday) night when the Bulls host the Corpus Christi IceRays at 7 pm. It's Mascot Night and the Bulls will honor their 20 year old players who are in their final season of junior hockey. There is also a ticket special of $10 Red Level and $8 Silver Section tickets. Fans can purchase their tickets at the Bulls Office located at 301 South Polk, Civic Center Box Office and all Panhandle Ticket locations including United Supermarkets or online at www.amarillobulls.com/tickets and www.panhandletickets.com.
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