2013-2014 AYHL Recaps Week 5 - Bantam Major Pg 3 | Youth1

2013-2014 AYHL Recaps Week 5 - Bantam Major Pg 3


Philadelphia Little Flyers Philadelphia
Little Flyers
2 1
Team Comcast-new
The Philadelphia Little Flyers took advantage of power play opportunities against Team Comcast, beating them 2-1 on Sunday. Comcast scored first when Carson Briere assisted Peter White for the goal with just seconds remaining until the first period came to a close. The Flyers drew even in the second though, when Sergei Kern scored the power play goal on an assist from Cole Asroff. With things tied up early in the third, the Flyers scored on yet another power play, this time from Mark Centrella, to give Philadelphia the lead. Centrella’s goal would be all the Flyers’ needed, as Comcast was not able to get anything else past Brooks DiMarino in the end. DiMarino finished his day saving 25 of 26 shots in the win.
  1 2 3 T
 Little Flyers 0 1 1 2
 Comcast 1 0 0 1

Philadelphia Jr Flyers Philadelphia
Jr. Flyers
5 0
North Jersey
North Jersey Avalanche
The Jr. Flyers skated to a 5-0 victory over the North Jersey Avalanche on Sunday, behind a perfect 21-save performance from Zakary Kinard in net. Hunter Canestra led the Flyers offensively with a hat trick, while Dylan Sacks and Cameron Lindsay tacked on goals as well in the win. Sacks, along with Faisal Alsaif and Jordan Seyfert each finished the day with two points. Both Harrison Baker and Joe DeLaurentis finished the day with assists as well, as seven different Flyers’ contributed points in the win.
  1 2 3 T
 Jr. Flyers 2 0 3 5
 Avalanche 0 0 0 0

NJ-rockets-logo-new-boxscore New Jersey
2 1
Mike Roarty put the Chiefs up quickly, scoring just two minutes into the game, but that would be the first and only goal the Chiefs scored. With the game still 1-0 and time running out, the Rockets finally got on the board as Vance Moran scored on an assist from Rece Bergeman with less than four minutes remaining in the game. All tied up at one, the Rockets scored again, this time with just 23 seconds remaining in the game. Matthew Brown scored the game-winning goal on an assist from Steven Agriogianis, and with just seconds to go, the Chiefs could not answer back. Jacob Signorile got the win in net for the Rockets, saving 18 of 19 shots on net.
  1 2 3 T
 Chiefs 1 0 0 1
 Rockets 0 0 2 2

Philadelphia Little Flyers Philadelphia
Little Flyers
3 2
New Jersey
HOC.New Jersey Colonials
After opening up a 2-0 lead in the first, the Flyers let the Colonials back in it in the third when Minkyu Yang and Michael Karrat both scored, tying it up at 2. It was looking like the game would end 2-2 as time wound down but with just 15 seconds to go, Mike Alesi scored for the Flyers on assists from Shane Moran and Cole Asroff, giving his team the lead and their second victory of the weekend. George Vonakis and Shane Moran also scored goals for the Flyers in the contest and Will Cowan, Cole Asroff, Brendan Leonard Sergei Kern, and Matthew Kudless contributed assists.
  1 2 3 T
 Colonials 0 0 2 2
 Little Flyers 2 0 1 3



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