Big second period lifts Black over Good Hardware

Posted: Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Ben Collman broke a scoreless tie with two goals early in the second period Sunday, as B-tier Black went on to topple Good Hardware in Juneau Adult Hockey Association action at Treadwell Arena.

Courtesy Of Pat Barry
Courtesy Of Pat Barry

Both of Collman's goals were assisted by Jason Pluhm. Mike Wright chipped in an unassisted score late in the second period, and Henry Wright added the fourth goal with :38 left in the third.

Christy Baseden put Good Hardware on the scoreboard with a second-period score assisted by Carlisle Dorie. Greg Beck pulled the score to 3-2 on an assist from Thomas Fletcher early in the third, but Good Hardware was unable to close the gap.


Green 6, Red 1

Jessie Kovach racked up a hat trick and an assist to help lift Green to a resounding victory over Red.

Val Martinez aided Kovach's effort with two of her three assists on the night. Martinez also added two goals of her own. Bessa Florendo rounded out the team's scoring with a goal midway through the third.


Kensington 5, Island Pub 1

A well-rounded offensive effort netted five goal from five different players to lift Kensington past Island Pub.

Matt Foss, Jim Delabruere, Albert Svensson, Kellen Kraft and Jim Delabruere all found the net on the night. Tod Young and Arnold Liebelt each added a pair of assists to help with the effort.

Rich Morris had the only goal of the night for Island Pub, picking up an unassisted score late in the third.

Doc Waters 4, Green 1

Brian Drew's hat trick over the final two periods helped lift Doc Waters back from an early deficit to top Green.

James Woods put Green on top with an unassisted goal midway through the first, but his team was unable to hold the momentum.

Shawn Hasse added the final score for Doc Waters with less than a minute remaining in the game.


Red 4, Orange 0

A steady offensive effort lifted Red past Orange with goal from four different players and in all three periods.

Pat Wilson kicked things off with a score in the first off an assist from Dan Spencer. Spencer then responded by netting a first-period goal of his own.

Randy Corego and Peter Ord added their scores in the second and third periods, respectively.

Orange goaltender Daryl Tsue came up with 17 saves on 21 shots, but was unable to get the offensive help he needed in the loss.


Green 4, Maroon 4

Green stormed back from an early deficit, but three periods wasn't long enough to decide a close game against Maroon.

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