Wolves Put on Clinic of their Own with a 9-6 Victory
(Port Huron, MI) The Wolves redeem themselves earning the split over the weekend with a 9-6 victory, thanks to Chris Leveille's six-point night.
The Wolves took a 1-goal lead into the dressing room, 3-2. Lane King, Tyler Gjurich and Sam Williams netted goals for Watertown. Juliano and Jay had tallies for the Prowlers.
Watertown extended their lead to 5-3 after the 2nd period. Gjurich netted his 2nd along with Kyle Powell forcing the relief of Cory Simons who was 28/33.
Prowlers started the third period with a 2-man advantage for Dalton Jay to cash in on just 14 seconds into the third period. However, any hope of a comeback was quickly deflated by the Wolves. For a team that struggled so hard the night before to score goals. Watertown made up for it on Saturday night.
Chris Leveille put the Wolves back up by two with a shorthanded goal to go up 6-4 just 12 seconds later. Port Huron again cut the lead in half with a goal from Matt Graham, and Leveille struck again 13 seconds after that, to keep the 2-goal lead. Matt Robertson netted his 2nd goal of the evening to bring the score 7-6. Then Leveille...struck...again. Completing his hat-trick putting Watertown back up by two. Gjurich completes his hat-trick with an empty netter to close out the third.
Watertown keeps their 3 seed heading into a 3 game weekend with Elmira. Port Huron stays at home for their own 3-game weekend kicking off Friday night against Danville.
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