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High-Scoring Mayhem Kept at Bay in 2-1 Loss to Pensacola

January 8, 2018 - Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) - Macon Mayhem News Release

MACON, GA- The Macon Mayhem's top-ranked offense was kept at bay Friday against the Pensacola Ice Flyers, as the team fell 2-1 at home.

Just one goal was scored in the first period, as the Pensacola Ice Flyers exited the period with the 1-0 lead. The Mayhem answered right off the bat in the second period however, as Jake Trask scored just 41 seconds into the frame. Newcomer Chris Izmirlian and Seth Ronsberg picked up the assists on the goal.

Pensacola clapped back just about midway through the third period, as Jessyko Bernard scored the game-winning goal to give the Ice Flyers the 2-1 win. Macon had their chances, as they outshot Pensacola 37-25 in the game - including a nine-to-three margin in the third period.

Greg Dodds was handed his first loss of the season in a Mayhem uniform, but he played well, allowing just two goals on 25 shots from Pensacola.

The Mayhem fall to 6-5-1 at the Macon Coliseum this season, and when the opposing team scores first, the Mayhem are now 2-6-2. Macon is now 3-2-4 this season in one-goal games, and they are 1-5-1 this year when they score three or less goals.

After two seasons where the Mayhem went a combined 13-3-2 against the Ice Flyers, they are just 1-3-0 this season against them.

Chris Izmirlian was yet another player to produce in his first game in a Macon uniform, as he tallied an assist in his Mayhem debut - his 10th assist in 16 SPHL games this season.

KERR'S COMMENTS: "I thought we battled hard tonight, but we just couldn't get the job done. We had our chances, especially in the third period, but we just couldn't take advantage. Tough loss, but there's a lot of good that we can take from this game."

SEASON UPDATE: Macon Mayhem: 9-6-4 (22 points). Pensacola Ice Flyers: 14-4-1 (29 points).

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