Schomeman huge again for Mudcats

Sports Nov 13, 2017 by Darryl Smart The Sachem

The Dunnville Mudcats nearly made it three-for-three during their three games in a four-day stretch.

Steve Goeree’s goal with just over two minutes to go in regulation time ruined that, giving the Port Dover Sailors a 2-1 victory at home on Sunday.

After Eric Mueller gave the Sailors a lead midway through the second period, Alex Walters quickly responded.

The rest of the way, it was a goaltenders’ duel between Jesse Schoeman and Adam Siek. Schoeman made 34 stops for the Mudcats, while Siek made 30 for the win.

On Saturday, Schoeman again stole the show, turning aside 47 shots in a 3-1 win over the Dundas Blues.

Joshua Phibbs and Connor Schmalz provided the offence in the first period, netting one goal each, while Mitch Holodniuk added a power-play marker in the third period.

Connor Pilon was the only one to get a puck by Schoeman. His power-play goal came with 2:30 left in the game.

On Thursday on the road, the Mudcats got the busy weekend going the right way, with a 7-5 win over the Niagara Riverhawks.

Phibbs and Marc Flair gave the Mudcats an early lead before Tyler Langlais made it a one-goal game late in the first period.

With all of the momentum, the Riverhawks took the lead in the second period, thanks to goals from James Hruska, Phibbs, Damian Garbutt and Hart Cargo. Nick Volpatti netted the lone response for the Riverhawks.

The two victories give the Mudcats a 9-9-1-1 record, which sits them in fifth place in the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Bloomfield Division.

On Friday, they host the Sailors at 7:30 p.m., before going on the road to take on the Hagersville Hawks on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

 

dsmart@norfolknews.ca

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Schomeman huge again for Mudcats

Outshot 2 games in a row, Mudcats goalie provides backbone for victories

Sports Nov 13, 2017 by Darryl Smart The Sachem

The Dunnville Mudcats nearly made it three-for-three during their three games in a four-day stretch.

Steve Goeree’s goal with just over two minutes to go in regulation time ruined that, giving the Port Dover Sailors a 2-1 victory at home on Sunday.

After Eric Mueller gave the Sailors a lead midway through the second period, Alex Walters quickly responded.

The rest of the way, it was a goaltenders’ duel between Jesse Schoeman and Adam Siek. Schoeman made 34 stops for the Mudcats, while Siek made 30 for the win.

On Saturday, Schoeman again stole the show, turning aside 47 shots in a 3-1 win over the Dundas Blues.

Joshua Phibbs and Connor Schmalz provided the offence in the first period, netting one goal each, while Mitch Holodniuk added a power-play marker in the third period.

Connor Pilon was the only one to get a puck by Schoeman. His power-play goal came with 2:30 left in the game.

On Thursday on the road, the Mudcats got the busy weekend going the right way, with a 7-5 win over the Niagara Riverhawks.

Phibbs and Marc Flair gave the Mudcats an early lead before Tyler Langlais made it a one-goal game late in the first period.

With all of the momentum, the Riverhawks took the lead in the second period, thanks to goals from James Hruska, Phibbs, Damian Garbutt and Hart Cargo. Nick Volpatti netted the lone response for the Riverhawks.

The two victories give the Mudcats a 9-9-1-1 record, which sits them in fifth place in the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Bloomfield Division.

On Friday, they host the Sailors at 7:30 p.m., before going on the road to take on the Hagersville Hawks on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

 

dsmart@norfolknews.ca

twitter.com/darrylsmart1

Schomeman huge again for Mudcats

Outshot 2 games in a row, Mudcats goalie provides backbone for victories

Sports Nov 13, 2017 by Darryl Smart The Sachem

The Dunnville Mudcats nearly made it three-for-three during their three games in a four-day stretch.

Steve Goeree’s goal with just over two minutes to go in regulation time ruined that, giving the Port Dover Sailors a 2-1 victory at home on Sunday.

After Eric Mueller gave the Sailors a lead midway through the second period, Alex Walters quickly responded.

The rest of the way, it was a goaltenders’ duel between Jesse Schoeman and Adam Siek. Schoeman made 34 stops for the Mudcats, while Siek made 30 for the win.

On Saturday, Schoeman again stole the show, turning aside 47 shots in a 3-1 win over the Dundas Blues.

Joshua Phibbs and Connor Schmalz provided the offence in the first period, netting one goal each, while Mitch Holodniuk added a power-play marker in the third period.

Connor Pilon was the only one to get a puck by Schoeman. His power-play goal came with 2:30 left in the game.

On Thursday on the road, the Mudcats got the busy weekend going the right way, with a 7-5 win over the Niagara Riverhawks.

Phibbs and Marc Flair gave the Mudcats an early lead before Tyler Langlais made it a one-goal game late in the first period.

With all of the momentum, the Riverhawks took the lead in the second period, thanks to goals from James Hruska, Phibbs, Damian Garbutt and Hart Cargo. Nick Volpatti netted the lone response for the Riverhawks.

The two victories give the Mudcats a 9-9-1-1 record, which sits them in fifth place in the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Bloomfield Division.

On Friday, they host the Sailors at 7:30 p.m., before going on the road to take on the Hagersville Hawks on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

 

dsmart@norfolknews.ca

twitter.com/darrylsmart1