Tomahawks Remain in 2nd Place in East Division
The Johnstown Tomahawks, who have 52 points on the season, trail the New Jersey Titans (57 points) by five for the East Division lead.
JANUARY 31 & FEBRUARY 1 FEATURE FAITH & FAMILY NIGHT AND PUCKS & PRAYERS NIGHT!
January 31st - Faith & Family Night - On Friday, Jan. 31st, we host our cross-state rivals, the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights, for a two-game weekend series. It will also be our popular Faith & Family Night, where you can celebrate your faith while also cheering on your Tomahawks! GAME STARTS AT 7:30 PM
February 1st - Pucks & Prayers Night - We wrap up our series against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Saturday, Feb. 1st. It will also be our Pucks & Prayers Night, as we continue a weekend of celebrating faith! GAME STARTS AT 7:00 PM
It's not too late to take advantage of Season Tickets and Flex Packages to take advantage of perks like early admission to games! Just call 814-536-GOAL (4625) to get yours today. Single game tickets can be purchased in-person at the Box Office and online with Ticketmaster. Our next home series will be Jan. 31 & Feb. 1 against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights.
LAST WEEKEND: SWEPT BLACK BEARS
The Johnstown Tomahawks hosted the Maryland Black Bears on Friday, January 17th and Saturday, January 18th.
The Tomahawks won the first game of the series 3-2, thanks to big games from Bennett Stockdale (1G, 2A), Noah Basarab (2G), and Tristan Poissant (2A).
ï»¿They battled back to win the second game 4-3 in overtime, thanks to Carson Grainer's game-winning goal. The wins helped the Tomahawks keep pace with the New Jersey Titans for the East Division lead.
DID YOU KNOW? Johnstown now owns a 7-1 record against Maryland this season. The Tomahawks will play the Black Bears one more time, traveling to Odenton for a two-game weekend series March 6-7. Maryland currently holds a 16-15-7 record in 38 games played, and are 4th in the East Division with 39 points.
Tomahawks goalie, David Tomeo, had a great performance against the Maryland Black Bears last weekend. He stopped 48 of 53 shots in the two games, including numerous key saves to help secure the win both nights. He has now won seven of his last ten starts, allowing three goals or less in five of those wins. The West Caldwell, NJ native now has a 15-6-0 record this season, with a 2.65 goals-against-average and a 0.914 save percentage. His 15 wins are tied for fourth in the NAHL.
Tomahawks forward, Tristan Poissant, also had an impressive performance against the Black Bears. He put up a goal and two assists in the series, extending his point streak to five games. In those contests, he has racked up five goals and three assists. The Les Couteaux, Quebec native's season total of 31 points (12 goals and 19 assists) is tied for fourth on the team with Carson Gallagher, and is behind only Christian Gorscak, Max Kouznetsov, and Bennett Stockdale.
IN THE COMMUNITY
Tomahawks Help with Community Event, Visit Local Schools
Colin Price, Pavel Kharin, and Matthew Doyle stopped by the Cover Hill Firehall's Spaghetti Dinner this past Sunday, January 19th, to help serve meals to attendees.
Players visited the Somerset Boys and Girls Club yesterday, helping the kids with homework and playing some hockey with them afterwards.
Today, they will be visiting the Allegheny Unlimited Care Providers to spend the day enjoying fun activities with the clients. They will also be attending the first Little Pens session of this round of the program, helping the children learn all the skills needed to be a hockey player. What better way to learn than by having their real life heroes there to help them out on the ice!
Tomorrow, players will head to Turkeyfoot Valley School District as part of the team's "Read to Succeed" program. They'll also be teaching the kids about H.A.W.K.S: healthy choices, active lifestyles, wise decisions, kindness, and sending a message.
Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@JohnstownHawks) - You never know when our players will take over our social media and live tweet from our events and appearances!ï»¿
XiiR (Xtreme International Ice Racing) will be making its return to Johnstown on Saturday, March 21st at 7:30 PM. Come watch the action-packed and adrenaline-fueled event, as participants from all over the world race Speedway bikes and quads all over 1ST SUMMIT ARENA.
ï»¿Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com or in-person at the 1st SUMMIT ARENA box office! *Please note that the box office cannot accept any ticket orders over the phone.*
Brit Floyd, "The World's Greatest Pink Floyd Show", returns to 1st SUMMIT ARENA on Sunday, March 22nd at 7:00 PM as part of the Echoes 2020 Tour. Experience classic Pink Floyd hits from The WALL, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, and many more, including Echoes performed note-by-note in its entirety!
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com or in-person at the 1st SUMMIT ARENA box office! *Please note that the box office cannot accept any ticket orders over the phone.*
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Johnstown Tomahawks goaltender David Tomeo
Johnstown Tomahawks forward Tristan Poissant
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