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River Drivers' Late Rally Comes Up Short Fall to Demolition, 4-3

March 11, 2016 - Federal Prospects Hockey League (FPHL) - Dayton Demolition News Release

Dayton Demolition Block the Berlin River Drivers
Dayton Demolition Block the Berlin River Drivers
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Berlin, NH - Berlin's late surge falls short to the Dayton Demolition.

The game opened up as Tyler Prendergast got the home team on the board first coming at 7:26 of the first period with Ton Tracy and Austin Daae getting assists. Berlin extended their lead at 12:04 of the first period when Brantley Sherwood found the back of the net, Pavel Kubena and Jiri Pestuka had assists on the play. The two goal lead was short lived for the Riverdrivers when Dayton's Martin Uhnak got the visitors on the board at 12:52 of the first. Brian Marks and Patrick Harrison got credit for assists on the play. The Riverdrivers would head to the locker room with a 2-1 lead after one period of play.

The second period belong to the Demolition. Dayton tied the game up just 1:32 into the second period coming of the stick of Cory Giroux, Eric Witzel and Patrick Harrison were credited with assists. After tying the game Dayton would pull ahead at 10:07 of the second period scored by Michael Dolman assisted by Brad Townsend. Dayton would take the 3-2 lead into the third period.

Dayton would up their lead by two at 10:26 of the third period when Cory Giroux would net his second of the game with Myles McCauley and Martin Uhnak with assists. The Berlin Riverdrivers would fight back as Austin Daae cut the Dayton lead to one with 1:08 remaining in the third, Andre Niec and Pacel Kubena got assists on the play. Dayton would succeed in closing out the final minute to play and hold on for the road trip victory.

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Dayton Demolition Block the Berlin River Drivers
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