Bulls Tame the Ice Bears
The Bulls are on the road in Knoxville tonight taking on the Ice Bears. Josh Harris scores just 2:16 into the game, unassisted. Birmingham leads the shot count for the first period 15-7 and they go to break up 1-0.
Josh Harris scores his second goal of the night to start the second period scoring just 2:40 in. Steven Phee gets the assist. Knoxville finds success and manages to even it up with goals at 8:15 and 5:50 remaining. The Bulls are out shot 15-9 this period and are tied 2-2 at the second break.
Shane Topf finally gets the third period scoring started with 11:04 on the clock. John Rey and Matt Fuller with assists. Evan Schultz adds another goal with 2:04 remaining to put the Bulls up by 2. The Ice Bears pull their goalie with 55 seconds on the clock and manage to score with 32 seconds remaining but the Bulls hang on to win 4-3 in Knoxville.
The Bulls will travel to Huntsville for tomorrow night's game against the Havoc; looking for 2 more points in the push to the playoffs.
Follow along on WERC 960 AM or watch the game on SPHL Live. Go Bulls!!
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