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Ice Flyers Fall 5-3 against Bulls

February 13, 2018 - Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) - Pensacola Ice Flyers News Release

PENSACOLA, Fla. - The Pensacola Ice Flyers lost 5-3 against the Birmingham Bulls at the Pelham Civic Complex. Charlie Adams, Jessyko Bernard, and Ken Neil scored for the Ice Flyers. Jacob Barber and John Rey each scored twice for the Bulls, with Brandon Fehd scoring the other goal.

Birmingham started out strong with Jacob Barber netting a goal at 2:31 in the first. He was assisted by Steven Phee. Ice Flyer Charlie Adams evened up the score at 9:31 with assists from Garrett Milan and Christian Weidauer.  Following an Ice Flyers penalty half way through the first, Jacob Barber of Birmingham scored his second goal of the night, assisted by Evan Schultz and Steven Phee. 

The second period's lone goal came at 6:40.  With a long range shot by Jessyko Bernard, the Ice Flyers tied the score with less than one minute remaining in the period. He was assisted by Troy Vance and David Mazurek. 

The third period started off in favor of Birmingham with a goal at 2:06 by Brandon Fehd, assisted by Andrew Darrigo and Graham Yeo. Ken Neil tied it up 3-3 at 9:34, with assists from Troy Vance and Jari Allevi. On a power play, John Rey of the Bulls scored at 12:29. He was assisted by Jacob Barber and Steven Phee. Rey scored the final goal for Birmingham seven minutes later with an empty net goal, assisted by Phil Tesoriero.

Notes:

The Ice Flyers led in shots over Birmingham in the first and second period, with 17-11 and 13-8 respectively.

Jari Allevi tallied his first assist of the season with the Ice Flyers.

 

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