Generals Tie Series with 4-3 Win
JOHNSTOWN - Despite two goals from Oliver Benwell, the Johnstown Tomahawks fell to the Northeast Generals 4-3 Saturday night evening up the series 1-1.
1st Period Recap
The Tomahawks scored the game's first goal when Generals goaltender David Fessenden turned the puck over to Christian Gorscak, who fed Oliver Benwell for a 1-0 Johnstown lead.
Johnstown appeared to increase their lead to 2-0 but the goal was disallowed after it was deemed that Fessenden lost his helmet prior to the puck crossing the line.
Northeast tied the game at 1-1 with a goal from Louis Boudon with 24 seconds left.
Shots on Goal After the First Period: Johnstown (12) | Northeast (13)
2nd Period Recap
At the 10:13 mark, Boudon scored his second of the game shorthanded for a 2-0 Generals lead.
Boudon would complete the hat trick two minutes later to increase the Northeast advantage to 3-1.
The Tomahawks battled back to cut the deficit to 3-2 when Benwell scored his second of the game.
Shots on Goal After the Second Period: Johnstown (20) | Northeast (23)
3rd Period Recap:
Boudon added his fourth of the game early in the third period to add tot he Northeast lead 4-2.
Defenseman Chris Trouba added a late power play goal with 46.9 seconds left but the Generals would hang on for the 4-3 win.
Final Shots on Goal: Johnstown (30) | Northeast (24)
The Tomahawks and Northeast continue the East Division Semis with Game Three Wednesday night at New England Sports Village in Attleboro, Mass.
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