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Tomahawks Fall to Rebels

January 11, 2020 - North American Hockey League (NAHL) - Johnstown Tomahawks News Release

JAMESTOWN, NY - The Johnstown Tomahawks fell to the Jamestown Rebels at Northwest Arena, snapping their five-game winning streak.

Jamestown took a 1-0 lead late in the 1st, with Eric Olson scoring on the power play with less than three minutes to go in the period. But Johnstown stuck back over a minute later with a power play goal of their own, thanks to Tristan Poissant and his 11th goal of the year.

Noah Finstrom then put the Rebels up 2-1 three minutes into the second period. The Tomahawks had several chances on the power play to get the equalizer, but failed to do so each time.

The Rebels kept their foot on the gas and never looked back. They added four more goals in the third period off the sticks of Jordan Cormier, Nick Siffringer, Noah Finstrom, and Brett Morich to give them the 6-1 victory.

With the loss and a New Jersey win, the Tomahawks (48 points) now trail the Titans (51 points) by three for the division lead. Elsewhere in the East, the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights defeated the Maryland Black Bears and the Northeast Generals fell to the Fairbanks Ice Dogs.

Scoring Breakdown:

1st Period Recap

17:07 Jamestown power play goal scored by Eric Olson, assisted by Renars Karkls and Noah Finstrom.

18:51 Johnstown power play goal scored by Tristan Poissant, assisted by Spencer DenBeste and Max Kouznetsov.

2nd Period Recap

3:15 Jamestown goal scored by Noah Finstrom, assisted by Spencer Cosway and Valerii Rykov.

3rd Period Recap

2:54 Jamestown goal scored by Jordan Cormier, assisted by Eric Olson and Nick Siffringer.

5:33 Jamestown goal scored by Nick Siffringer, assisted by Eric Olson and Ryne Mohrman.

9:37 Jamestown goal scored by Noah Finstrom, assisted by Valerii Rykov and Spencer Cosway.

19:17 Jamestown goal scored by Brett Morich, assisted by Zach Brydges.

Final Shots on Goal: Johnstown Tomahawks (34) | Jamestown Rebels (31)

Three Stars of the Game:

Eric Olson, Jamestown

Noah Finstrom, Jamestown

Noah West, Jamestown

Looking Ahead:

The Tomahawks return home to host the Maryland Black Bears on January 17th and 18th. The 17th will feature our second bobblehead giveaway of the year, where we honor long-time volunteer, Charlie Johnson. The 18th will be a kid's night, as well as Chopper's birthday celebration!

Tickets are available in-person at the 1ST SUMMIT ARENA Box Office and online at

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