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Prendergast Puts Wolves Past Enforcers in Shoot-Out

March 15, 2019 - Federal Prospects Hockey League (FPHL) - Watertown Wolves News Release

The Watertown Wolves came out on top as they hosted the Elmira Enforcers at the Watertown Municipal Arena Friday night. The Wolves suffered a two-period scoring drought before having a four-goal scoring frenzy in the third period and pushing the game to a shoot-out.

The Wolves started the game relying on their special teams to help goalie Jared Rutledge keep the puck out of the net. The Wolves found themselves in a 5-on-3 penalty kill just four minutes into the game for Aleh Shypitsyn's tripping and Yianni Liarakos's hooking penalties. Dmytro Babenko scored the first goal of the night for the Enforcers on assists from Stepan Timofeyev and Mitch Atkins.

Elmira continued to extend their lead in the second with goals from the two Wolves they recently acquired. Gavin Yates scored the second goal four minutes in. Anton Lennartsson scored his with just a little over four minutes left in the period. Despite out-shooting the Enforcers 44-31 after two periods, the Wolves were yet to tickle twine.

The Wolves turned the game on its head in the third period scoring four goals before the Enforcers tied the game back up. Watertown's Tyler Prendergast, Tyler Gjurich, Deric Boudreau, and Sam Williams each picked up a goal prior to Cameron Yarwood tying the game up for Elmira.

Neither team could score in the overtime and the game went to a shootout. Elmira saw five unsuccessful shots from Gavin Yates, Sean Reynolds, Stepan Timofeyev, Mitch Atkins, and Reynolds for a second time. Yianni Liarakos and Lane King were unsuccessful before Tyler Prendergast scored on his first shot. His second shot was not a goal.

The first star of the game was awarded to Prendergast for his game-winning shot, one goal, and one assist. Tyler Gjurich and Deric Boudreau also had one goal and one assist, getting second and third stars respectively.

The Wolves and Enforcers play the rest of this three-game series in Elmira, NY on Saturday and Sunday. The Wolves return to the Watertown Municipal Arena on Friday, March 22nd in the first of a three-game series with the Danville Dashers at 7:30 pm.

Enforcers Give Up Lead Late, Fall in Shootout

by Jonathan Kliment

Enforcers headed up to Watertown to begin a three game series with the Wolves as they continue to seek a series victory against Watertown and clinch second place as well as home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

The Enforcers had a goal waived off after Stepan Timofeyev through one at the net that bounced off the back netting and somehow ended up in the net, but was quickly waived off. The Enforcers made good however late in the period as Timofeyev again ripped a shot that went off netminder Jared Rutledge's pad and right onto the awaiting stick of Dmytro Babenko who scored at 12:43 to give the Enforcers a 1-0 lead despite being outshot 20-19.

The second period looked much like the first, a lot of rubber from the Wolves and moore scoring by the Enforcers. Gavin Yates put one by his former team at 4:08 to double the lead for the Enforcers, while Anton Lennartsson was not going to be left out at 15:41 as Sean Reynolds dropped a pass to Timofeyev who dropped another pass to Lennartsson to give the Enforcers a 3-0 lead at the end of two despite being outshot 44-31. Troy Passingham made amazing save after amazing save to keep the Wolves off the board.

The third period completely turned around aa former Enforcer Tyler Prendergast started off the scoring too be followed by Tyler Gjurich, Deric Boudreau, and another former Enforcers Sam Williams put the Wolves ahead. Cameron Yarwood eventually answered back with 1:39 on the time clock. Yarwood's goal forced overtime where nothing would be decided.

Each team had five opportunities in the shootout, but only Prendergast was able to score giving Watertown a 5-4 win.

The Enforcers have another chance tomorrow night as they host the Wolves at 7:05. Get your tickets now by calling 607-734-PUCK!

MENTOR ICE BREAKERS at CAROLINA THUNDERBIRDS

THUNDERBIRDS WIN BIG OVER ICE BREAKERS

by Zak DeBeaussaert

Winston-Salem, NC - The Carolina Thunderbirds and Mentor Ice Breakers played their usual high intensity game and thanks to a spree of goals in the second the Thunderbirds came out on top 7-2.

It took a while for the scoring to open but once Carolina got the offense going only the intermission horn would stop them. First, Petr Panacek fired a wrist shot that beat John Sellie-Henson to the glove hand. That goal went in with 1:56 left in the first. Then, Michael Bunn scored on a great individual effort cutting to the slot and firing lower right corner past Sellie-Henson for a 2-0 lead with 38 seconds left in the frame.

The second period started with the same momentum the first ended with. Carolina made it a three-goal game thanks to Peter Cicmanec potting one in off the rebound given up by Sellie-Henson.

10 seconds later though it would be Mentor breaking through with a good top corner shot from Mentor's Matthew Kadolph from the right point.

Carolina would respond often with two goals 37 seconds apart. The first from Jay Croop on a scrum that involved upwards of four or five bodies. And then after a discussion with the goal judge Peter Cicmanec got his second of the night. Initially ruled no goal but a goal light went on the referee conferred with the goal judge and awarded the goal after discussion of what was seen.

The scoring wasn't over there though. Late in the second period on a replay Panacek went in on a breakaway and pulled a between the legs backhand-forehand deke and roofed past Sellie-Henson's shoulder that would ultimately end his night.

Also in that second period, Frankie McClendon had to leave for about three minutes for an upper body injury that he shook off by the beginning of the third period.

With the score out of hand the game would start to get chippy with different big hits and fights cropping up all over the period. On the scoring front Jay Croop got his second of the game and Mentor's Alexander Morrow scored with 50 seconds left to give the game its final score.

Frankie McClendon picked up the win stopping 33 of 35 shots. Christian Pavlas had 4 saves on 4 shots also in this game. John Sellie-Henson got the loss he stopped 19 of 25 shots before being replaced by Derek Moser who stopped 10 of 11 shots he faced.

Carolina and Mentor finish their season series tomorrow night at the Fairgrounds Annex on the Thunderbirds St. Patrick's Night brought to you be Cricket Wireless. Puck drop is at 6:05 with a 5:40 pregame show.

Three Stars of the Game

Petr Panacek

Frankie McClendon

Peter Cicmanec

DANVILLE DASHERS at PORT HURON PROWLERS

Dashers Score 5 Unanswered, Beat Prowlers 5-3

by D J Palm

The first of a three game road series for the Dashers turned out to be favorable one as they get 3 points overcoming a 3-0 deficit to start the game, to win 5-3.

Prowlers opened the game with three straight goals in the first seven minutes Dalton Jay netted assists for all 3. Matt Robertson, Matt Graham and Marvin Powell all netting goals.

Danville would not go away that quick. Brandon Contratto and Fred Hien scored for the Dashers to stop the bleeding and face just a 1-goal deficit going into the intermission.

From then on Matt Kaludis was a brick wall saving all 29 Prowler attempts at the net in the 2nd and 3rd Periods. Fred Hein completed his hat trick with an empty netter late in the third after getting the go-ahead goal 18 seconds into the final frame. Danville cuts their standings deficit from 11 to 8, for the final play off spot in the FHL.

These two teams square off again tomorrow. Puck drops at 7pm Eastern.

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ELMIRA ENFORCERS at WATERTOWN WOLVES

Prendergast Puts Wolves Past Enforcers in Shoot-Out

by Jay Harris

The Watertown Wolves came out on top as they hosted the Elmira Enforcers at the Watertown Municipal Arena Friday night. The Wolves suffered a two-period scoring drought before having a four-goal scoring frenzy in the third period and pushing the game to a shoot-out.

The Wolves started the game relying on their special teams to help goalie Jared Rutledge keep the puck out of the net. The Wolves found themselves in a 5-on-3 penalty kill just four minutes into the game for Aleh Shypitsyn's tripping and Yianni Liarakos's hooking penalties. Dmytro Babenko scored the first goal of the night for the Enforcers on assists from Stepan Timofeyev and Mitch Atkins.

Elmira continued to extend their lead in the second with goals from the two Wolves they recently acquired. Gavin Yates scored the second goal four minutes in. Anton Lennartsson scored his with just a little over four minutes left in the period. Despite out-shooting the Enforcers 44-31 after two periods, the Wolves were yet to tickle twine.

The Wolves turned the game on its head in the third period scoring four goals before the Enforcers tied the game back up. Watertown's Tyler Prendergast, Tyler Gjurich, Deric Boudreau, and Sam Williams each picked up a goal prior to Cameron Yarwood tying the game up for Elmira.

Neither team could score in the overtime and the game went to a shootout. Elmira saw five unsuccessful shots from Gavin Yates, Sean Reynolds, Stepan Timofeyev, Mitch Atkins, and Reynolds for a second time. Yianni Liarakos and Lane King were unsuccessful before Tyler Prendergast scored on his first shot. His second shot was not a goal.

The first star of the game was awarded to Prendergast for his game-winning shot, one goal, and one assist. Tyler Gjurich and Deric Boudreau also had one goal and one assist, getting second and third stars respectively.

The Wolves and Enforcers play the rest of this three-game series in Elmira, NY on Saturday and Sunday. The Wolves return to the Watertown Municipal Arena on Friday, March 22nd in the first of a three-game series with the Danville Dashers at 7:30 pm.

Enforcers Give Up Lead Late, Fall in Shootout

by Jonathan Kliment

Enforcers headed up to Watertown to begin a three game series with the Wolves as they continue to seek a series victory against Watertown and clinch second place as well as home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

The Enforcers had a goal waived off after Stepan Timofeyev through one at the net that bounced off the back netting and somehow ended up in the net, but was quickly waived off. The Enforcers made good however late in the period as Timofeyev again ripped a shot that went off netminder Jared Rutledge's pad and right onto the awaiting stick of Dmytro Babenko who scored at 12:43 to give the Enforcers a 1-0 lead despite being outshot 20-19.

The second period looked much like the first, a lot of rubber from the Wolves and moore scoring by the Enforcers. Gavin Yates put one by his former team at 4:08 to double the lead for the Enforcers, while Anton Lennartsson was not going to be left out at 15:41 as Sean Reynolds dropped a pass to Timofeyev who dropped another pass to Lennartsson to give the Enforcers a 3-0 lead at the end of two despite being outshot 44-31. Troy Passingham made amazing save after amazing save to keep the Wolves off the board.

The third period completely turned around aa former Enforcer Tyler Prendergast started off the scoring too be followed by Tyler Gjurich, Deric Boudreau, and another former Enforcers Sam Williams put the Wolves ahead. Cameron Yarwood eventually answered back with 1:39 on the time clock. Yarwood's goal forced overtime where nothing would be decided.

Each team had five opportunities in the shootout, but only Prendergast was able to score giving Watertown a 5-4 win.

The Enforcers have another chance tomorrow night as they host the Wolves at 7:05. Get your tickets now by calling 607-734-PUCK!

MENTOR ICE BREAKERS at CAROLINA THUNDERBIRDS

THUNDERBIRDS WIN BIG OVER ICE BREAKERS

by Zak DeBeaussaert

Winston-Salem, NC - The Carolina Thunderbirds and Mentor Ice Breakers played their usual high intensity game and thanks to a spree of goals in the second the Thunderbirds came out on top 7-2.

It took a while for the scoring to open but once Carolina got the offense going only the intermission horn would stop them. First, Petr Panacek fired a wrist shot that beat John Sellie-Henson to the glove hand. That goal went in with 1:56 left in the first. Then, Michael Bunn scored on a great individual effort cutting to the slot and firing lower right corner past Sellie-Henson for a 2-0 lead with 38 seconds left in the frame.

The second period started with the same momentum the first ended with. Carolina made it a three-goal game thanks to Peter Cicmanec potting one in off the rebound given up by Sellie-Henson.

10 seconds later though it would be Mentor breaking through with a good top corner shot from Mentor's Matthew Kadolph from the right point.

Carolina would respond often with two goals 37 seconds apart. The first from Jay Croop on a scrum that involved upwards of four or five bodies. And then after a discussion with the goal judge Peter Cicmanec got his second of the night. Initially ruled no goal but a goal light went on the referee conferred with the goal judge and awarded the goal after discussion of what was seen.

The scoring wasn't over there though. Late in the second period on a replay Panacek went in on a breakaway and pulled a between the legs backhand-forehand deke and roofed past Sellie-Henson's shoulder that would ultimately end his night.

Also in that second period, Frankie McClendon had to leave for about three minutes for an upper body injury that he shook off by the beginning of the third period.

With the score out of hand the game would start to get chippy with different big hits and fights cropping up all over the period. On the scoring front Jay Croop got his second of the game and Mentor's Alexander Morrow scored with 50 seconds left to give the game its final score.

Frankie McClendon picked up the win stopping 33 of 35 shots. Christian Pavlas had 4 saves on 4 shots also in this game. John Sellie-Henson got the loss he stopped 19 of 25 shots before being replaced by Derek Moser who stopped 10 of 11 shots he faced.

Carolina and Mentor finish their season series tomorrow night at the Fairgrounds Annex on the Thunderbirds St. Patrick's Night brought to you be Cricket Wireless. Puck drop is at 6:05 with a 5:40 pregame show.

Three Stars of the Game

Petr Panacek

Frankie McClendon

Peter Cicmanec

DANVILLE DASHERS at PORT HURON PROWLERS

Dashers Score 5 Unanswered, Beat Prowlers 5-3

by D J Palm

The first of a three game road series for the Dashers turned out to be favorable one as they get 3 points overcoming a 3-0 deficit to start the game, to win 5-3.

Prowlers opened the game with three straight goals in the first seven minutes Dalton Jay netted assists for all 3. Matt Robertson, Matt Graham and Marvin Powell all netting goals.

Danville would not go away that quick. Brandon Contratto and Fred Hien scored for the Dashers to stop the bleeding and face just a 1-goal deficit going into the intermission.

From then on Matt Kaludis was a brick wall saving all 29 Prowler attempts at the net in the 2nd and 3rd Periods. Fred Hein completed his hat trick with an empty netter late in the third after getting the go-ahead goal 18 seconds into the final frame. Danville cuts their standings deficit from 11 to 8, for the final play off spot in the FHL.

These two teams square off again tomorrow. Puck drops at 7pm Eastern.

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