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Port Huron Victorious over Demolition

November 21, 2015 - Federal Hockey League (FHL) - Dayton Demolition News Release

Dayton, OH - Friday Nov. 20 is the fourth time the Demolition and Prowlers have faced each other this season. The puck hit the ice at 7:30pm at Dayton's Hara Arena.

Port Huron faced off with no luck thanks to Louie George, Dayton Demolition Goalie, blocking the puck from hitting the net. The penalties started piling up as the first period went on, starting off with Derrick Schwartz, forward for Dayton; receiving a two minute penalty for tripping. A fight between the two teams sent Dayton players to the penalty box. Port Huron Defender, Joe Pace had to leave the ice after a hard check to the wall, later returning to the game. Uhnak led the penalties for interference, and Idowu and Lysko followed for roughing with two minute penalties. Cody Milligan succeeding them for major boarding earning a five minute penalty.

Port Huron tested Dayton in the second period; they scored twice giving them a two point lead over Dayton. The first goal was made in under a minute by Mahfouz, Port Huron forward. Penalties were not an issue for Dayton, receiving none, but they were still unable to take advantage of their two power plays.

Dayton put up a fight in the third period with Pestriakov and Lipari; both getting a two minute penalty. Assistant Coach and player Brett Wall received a two minute penalty for interference and a five minute penalty for fighting. Lysko and Dolman also received a five minute penalty for fighting, being unable to play the rest of the game.

Port Huron won the game 6-0, scoring 4 goals in the last period. Six different Port Huron players, Mahfouz, Skinner, Fuller, Alonzo, Soskin and Vanwysberght each scored a goal throughout the night. Dayton's coach, Jack Collins had few things to say after the game, "I thought our goalie played to the best of his ability, but I feel as if the team let him down tonight."

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