SOL SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (12-9-18)

Check out the recaps for some of the SOL SHSHL ice hockey teams in action last week.

Friday, Dec. 7
PENNRIDGE 10, WILLIAM TENNENT 0
Eric Slater erupted for five goals and assisted on another. His six-point night led the Rams to the convincing win. Michael Walker added two goals and two assists for four points.
Six minutes into the opening period, Evan Kehoe found the net for a goal that turned out to be the game-winner. Back-to-back goals by Slater – the first with assists from Frankie Rota and Blake Stewart – gave the Rams a 3-0 lead, and Conrad Frisch’s goal late in the period made it a 4-0 game. Richie Shanks and Andrew David assisted on the Frisch goal.
In the second period, Walker scored a pair and assisted on another. Andrew David also scored a goal while Matthew Guinette had a pair of assists in the frame. Two more Slater goals in the third period – the first one short-handed – gave the Rams their final margin of victory.
Pennridge      4-4-2   10
William Tennent       0-0-0   0
1st Period: 1, Evan Kehoe P, 6:03; 2, Eric Slater P (Frankie Rota/Blake Stewart) 12:43; 3, Eric Slater P, 13:18; 4, Conrad Frisch P (Richie Shanks/Andrew David) 13:38.
2nd Period: 5, Eric Slater P (Michael Walker) 5:23; 6, Andrew David P (Richie Shanks) 6:11; 7, Michael Walker (Frankie Rota/Matthew Guiinette) 10:48; 8, Michael Walker P (Eric Slater/Matthew Guinette) 11:03.
3rd Period: 9, Eric Slater P (Blake Stewart) 0:09; 10, Eric Slater P (Michael Walker) 3:40.

Thursday, Dec. 6
HARRY S TRUMAN 7, SOUDERTON 3
The Tigers erupted for four second-period goals to break a scoreless tie. Steven Avellino’s five-point night (three goals, two assists) led the Tigers.
Avellino scored back-to-back goals in the second period – the second one a short-handed goal with assists from Robert DiCrosta and Sean Dougherty. The Tigers had a lead they would not lose. DiCrosta added a short-handed goal with an Avellino assist, and then it was John Saxton finding the back of the net with an Avellino assist, giving the Tigers a 4-0 lead heading into the final period.
Zakary Keyser scored back-to-back goals in the opening 90 seconds of the third period before Souderton’s David Murphy and Ryan Goshow scored to make it a 6-2 game. Avellino and Souderton’s Carter Povazon exchanged goals to close out the scoring.
Truman goalie Jeremy Wedul turned away 21 shots in a winning effort. Jonathan Pritchard kept the Indians in the game with 58 saves.
Souderton      0-0-3   3
Harry S Truman        0-4-3   7
Shots: HST 65, Souderton 24. Saves: Jonathan Pritchard (S) 58, Jeremy Wedul (HST) 21.
1st Period: No Score
2nd Period: 1. Steven Avellino HST, 0:49; 2, Truman, Steven Avellino HST (Robert DiCrosta/Sean Dougherty), 2:41; 3, Robert DiCrosta HST (Steven Avellino) 2:56; 4, John Saxton HST (Steven Avellino) 13:06.
3rd Period: 5, Zakary Keyser HST, 0:48; 6, Zakary Keyser HST, 1:30; 7, David Murphy S, 4:444; 8, Ryan Goshow S, 5:02; 9, Steven Avellino HST, 8:59; 10, Carter Povazon S, 13:38.

UPPER DUBLIN 7, COUNCIL ROCK NORTH 1
Ari Nordlinger connected for a hat trick, and his four-point night led the Flying Cardinals to the convincing win.
Chris Barbera scored a power play goal 4:10 into the opening period with an assist from Oren Serafin that gave the Flying Cardinals a 1-0 lead heading into the second period.
Rock North’s Colin Kiefer (Vladimer Litvinov assist) evened the score with a goal 1:47 into the second period. Barbera’s second goal of the game five minutes later sparked a 6-0 UD tear to close out the game. A pair of Nordlinger goals sandwiched around a goal by Thomas Cubit (Nordlinger assist) gave the Cardinals a 5-1 lead after two periods. DJ Giammaruti and Nordlinger each scored a goal in the final period for the 7-1 final.
Upper Dublin goalie Liam Nixon turned away 27 of 28 shots he faced in a winning effort.
Upper Dublin            1-4-2  7
Council Rock North   0-1-0   1
Shots: UD 30, CRN 28. Saves: Liam Nixon (UD) 27, Rex Goldberg (CRN) 23.
1st Period: 1, Chris Barbera UD (Oren Serafin) 4:10.
2nd Period: 2, Colin Kiefer CRN (Vladimir Litvinov) 1:47; 3, Chris Barbera UD, 6:40; 4, Ari Nordlinger UD, 10:43; 5, Thomas Cubit UD (Ari Nordlinger) 14:52; 6, Ari Nordlinger UD (Max Frearson, Patrick Richichi) 15:58.
3rd Period: 7, DJ Giammaruti UD, 7:15; 8, Ari Nordlinger UD, 10:33.

Wednesday, Dec. 5
NORTH PENN 5, ABINGTON 2
Tyler Greenstein (three goals, one assist) and Joshua Kaufhold (two goals, one assist) led a balanced Knight attack in Wednesday’s win.
Ryan Gosselin’s goal with an Elijah Coston assist 2:28 into the game gave the Ghosts an early 1-0 lead that held up until Greenstein found the net eight minutes later. Greenstein’s second goal – this one with assists from Jake Nelson and Kaufhold – gave the Knights a lead they would not lose.
In the second period, Greenstein (Nathan Oh assist) and Kaufhold (Nelson and Cunningham assists) scored back-to-back goals to put the Knights on top 4-1. Gosselin’s second goal (Daniel Staley assist) made it a 4-2 game after two periods.
Kaufhold scored with a Greenstein assist midway through the third period for the 5-2 final.
Andrew Zanoni earned the win in goal for the Knights, turning away 15 shots. Abington’s Jacob Snellenburg had 37 saves.
North Penn    2-2-1   5
Abington        1-1-0   2
Shots: NP 43, Abington 17. Saves: Andrew Zanoni (NP) 15, Jacob Snellenburg (A) 37.
1st Period: 1, Ryan Gosselin A (Elijah Coston) 2:28; 2, Tyler Greenstein P, 10:25; 3, Tyler Greenstein NP (Jake Nelson/Joshua Kaufhold) 13:50.
2nd Period: 4, Tyler Greenstein NP (Nathan Oh) 6:16; 5, Joshua Kaufhold NP (Jake Nelson/Ryan Cunningham) 8:16; 6, Ryan Gosselin A (Daniel Staley) 14:57.
3rd Period: 7, Joshua Kaufhold NP (Tyler Greenstein) 7:26.

CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 5, SOUDERTON 1
The Patriots took a 3-0 lead less than 10 minutes into the game and never looked back. They remain unbeaten in six games (5-0-1).
Sean Gorman turned a Chris Mangiacapre pass into a goal 1:19 into the opening period. That was followed by goals from Max Ermigiotti (Tyler Godown/Phil McIntyre assists) and Gorman’s second goal, this one with assists from Rob Kern and Connor Keiser. John Gray (Sebastian Watters assist) put the Indians on the scoreboard, but Asher Zenstein answered with a goal for the Patriots, who led 4-1 after one period
Keiser’s power play goal with a Phil McIntyre assist 48 seconds into the second period closed out the scoring for both squads.
Chris McIntyre turned away 15 of 16 shots in a winning effort in goal for the Patriots. Souderton’s Jonathan Pritchard recorded 43 saves in another busy night between the pipes.
Souderton      1-0-0   1
Central Bucks East    4-1-0   5
Shots: Souderton 16, CBE 48. Saves: Jonathan Pritchard (S) 43, Chris McIntyre (CBE) 15.
1st Period: 1, Sean Gorman CBE (Chris Mangiacapre) 1:19; 2, Max Ermigiotti CBE (Tyler Godown/Phil McIntyre) 4:40; 3, Sean Gorman CBE (Rob Kern/Connor Keiser) 9:36; 4, John Gray S (Sebastian Watters) 10:41; 5, Asher Zenstein CBE, 12:18.
2nd Period: 6, Connor Keiser CBE (Phil McIntyre) 0:48.
3rd Period: No Score.

PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH 8, UPPER MORELAND/ARCHBISHOP WOOD 3
Benjamin Lubas scored one goal and assisted on three others. His four-point night led a balanced Colonial attack. Colin Franzoni added two goals and an assist for the Colonials.
Franzoni put the Colonials on the board 3:15 into the game, using assists by Lubas and Dean Keller. Jake Weikel (Aidan Keogh/Benjamin Lubas assists) and Zach Spera (Luke Weikel/Devin Reilly assists) each added a goal to spot the Colonials a 3-0 lead just over five minutes into the game. Brayden Gyza put Upper Moreland/Wood on the scoreboard, but Zach Spera got that goal back, using assists from Weikel and Lubas to give the Colonials a 4-1 lead after one period.
Andrew Boyle’s goal with a Tom Hill assist made it a 4-2 game, but Lubas and Franzoni both scored power play goals to up PW’s advantage to 6-2, and a Weikel score sent the Colonials into the final period with a 7-2 lead.
The third period saw PW’s Gavin Mulligan and UM/Wood’s Andrew Boyle exchange goals.
The Colonials had a lopsided 71-19 advantage in shots. Ben Yuter and Kolton Galie combined for the win in goal. Michael Denardo turned away 63 shots for UM/Wood.
UM/Wood      1-1-1   3
Plymouth Whitemarsh         4-3-1   8
Shots: PW 71, UM/Wood 19. Saves: Michael Denardo (UM/AW) 63, Ben Yuter (PW) 9, Kolton Galie (PW) 7.
1st Period: 1, Colin Franzoni PW (Benjamin Lubas/Dean Keller) 3:15; 2, Jake Weikel PW (Aidan Keogh/Benjamin Lubas) 4:20; 3, Zach Spera PW (Luke Weikel/Devin Reilly) 5:33; 4, Brayden Gyza UM/AW, 8:18; 5, Zach Spera PW (Luke Weikel/Benjamin Lubas) 8:30.
2nd Period: 6, Andrew Boyle UM/AW (Tom Hill) 10:10; 7, Benjamin Lubas PW (Dean Keller) 11:53; 8, Colin Franzoni PW, 15:09; 9, Jake Weikel PW (Aidan Keogh/Peter Troy) 15:34.
3rd Period: 10, Gavin Mulligan PW (Colin Franzoni) 2:23; 11, Andrew Boyle UM/AW (Nick Romano) 8:20.