2013-2014 AYHL Recaps Week 1 - Bantam Major | Youth1

2013-2014 AYHL Recaps Week 1 - Bantam Major


Philadelphia Little Flyers Philadelphia
Little Flyers
4 0
New York
Ramapo Saints
On Saturday night’s opener the Little Flyers came out strong from the get-go and defeated the Saints 4-0. Brendan Leonard got the scoring started for Philadelphia eight minutes into the first period with an unassisted goal and they would never look back from there. In the second, George Vonakis extended the lead with a short-handed goal before Cole Asroff added one more before the end of the period. To cap it off, Leonard scored his second with help from Ryan Johnson midway through the third. Giovanni Albano got the shutout in net with 17 saves.
  1 2 3 T
 Saints 0 0 0 0
 Little Flyers 1 2 1 4

Ramapo Saints New York
2 2
Little Flyers
Philadelphia Little Flyers
In the second game of the double-header the Saints were the first on the board with a goal from Dominick Posta. Early in the second, the Little Flyers knotted it up when Shane Moran found the back of the net with help from Jagger LeClair and Cole Asroff, but then Spencer Diaz regained the lead for New York to close out the period. Down 2-1 in the final minutes of the game, Mike Alesi scored unassisted to make the score 2-2.
  1 2 3 T
 Little Flyers 0 1 1 2
 Saints 1 1 0 2




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