SOL SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (2-9-18)

Check out the recaps for SOL SHSHL ice hockey teams in action.

Collin Kleiser and Dylan Feoli were double trouble for the Knights’ defense, and Rock South goalie Jeremy Siegel spent the game stymying the Knights’ offense in a contest played at Revolution Ice Gardens.
While Siegel turned away 35 of 36 shots he faced, Kleiser scored a pair of goals and assisted on three others for a five-point night while Feoli connected for a hat trick.
The Golden Hawks scored all the goals Siegel would need in the opening two minutes of the game. Kleiser found the net 39 seconds into the game, and Feoli (Kleiser assist) scored just over a minute later to spot the Hawks a 2-0 lead. Joshua Kaufhold (Andrew Galetta/Tyler Greenstein assists) cut that lead in half with a goal for the Knights, but Andy Stoychev (Kleiser assist) and Feoli (Kleiser assist) answered with back-to-back goals to give the Hawks a 4-1 lead after one period.
An unassisted goal by Feoli was the only scoring in the second period, and Kleiser put the finishing touches on a big night with a goal late in the third period, this time using a Steven Schwoyer assist for the 6-1 final.
North Penn    1-0-0 1
Council Rock South   4-1-1   6
Shots: NP 36, CRS 28.
Saves: Jeremy Siegel (CRS) 35, Chris Maiden (NP) 22.

Andrew Molish turned a pass from Oren Serafin into a goal 14:33 into the third period, breaking a 2-2 tie and propelling the Flying Cardinals to the dramatic win.
The two teams exchanged goals in the first period. David Gray’s power play goal with assists from Mason McKeever and Zach Devor gave Tennent a 1-0 lead 10:35 into the game, but three minutes later, UD’s Ari Nordlinger (DJ Giammaruti assist) scored the equalizer.
Nordlinger connected for an unassisted goal two minutes into the second period, but the Panthers got that goal back when Mark Shafter scored with assists from Chad Cartwright and Johnathan Kreider, knotting the score 2-2 after two periods and setting the stage for Molish’s late-game heroics.
UD goalie Stephen Sanders turned away 24 of 26 shots he faced to earn the win in goal. Tennent’s Eric Lineman stopped 19 shots.
William Tennent       1-1-0   2
Upper Dublin            1-1-1   3
Shots:  UD 22, WT 26.
Saves: Eric Lineman (WT) 19, Stephen Sanders (UD) 24.

Thursday, Feb. 8
Lower Moreland’s Adam Bostock spent the night setting up his teammates in Thursday’ contest at Wintersport, handing out five assists and scoring a goal for a six-point night. Contributing four-point nights were AJ D’Orazio with two goals and two assists while Coleman Peppelman added a hat trick and an assist.
Chris Braun led NHS with three goals and one assist.
Lower Moreland set the tone for its explosive offensive performance with four straight goals to open the game. Devin Green (Bostock/D’Orazio assists) and Bostock each scored a goal to bookend a pair of Noah Gazzara goals – the first with assists from Bostock and the second with Bostock/D’Orazio assists. Garrett Hoffman (Braun assist) broke the Lower Moreland’s run with a late goal, and it was a 4-1 game after one period.
The two teams combined for seven goals in the second period. NHS threatened to make it interesting when Braun (Kel MacDowell assist) and Christopher Allen (Jay MacDowell/Matthew Bracco assists) scored early in the second period to make it a 4-3 game. D’Orazio (Green/Bostock assists) found the net to put Lower Moreland on top 5-3, but a goal by Braun pulled New Hope to within one. A pair of Peppelman goals and a D’Orazio power play goal sent Lower Moreland into the final period with an 8-4 lead.
The two teams exchanged goals in the final period with Braun and Jay MacDowell connecting for New Hope and Peppelman and Simon Gratowski scoring for Lower Moreland.
John Duesler earned the win in goal for Lower Moreland, turning away 24 of 30 shots.
New Hope Solebury  1-3-2   6
Lower Moreland        4-4-2   10
Shots: NHS 30, LM 36.
Saves: Devin Bock (NHS) 26, John Duesler (LM) 24.

Wednesday, Feb. 7
The Bucks have made a habit of spreading the wealth around when it comes to scoring goals. That trend continued on Wednesday night at Warwick. The Bucks put nine goals on the board, but no player had more than three points, and nine players had a hand in goals.
Owen Shields and Matt Clark each had one goal and two assists to lead West’s balanced offense.
Goals by Daniel Poliak (Matthew McCarthy assist) and Owen Shields spotted the Bucks a 2-0 lead after one period. They doubled their lead with a pair of second period goals – one each from Jake Boehm (Matt Clark assist) and Joey Rockovich (Jake Boehm/Clark assists).
West’s lead grew to 8-0 after they reeled off four straight goals to open the third period. Michael Samson accounted for a pair while Jake Lang and Clark each had one Aidan Esack put the Hatters on the board midway through the period, using a Jacob Mueller assist, but that would be the extent of their offense.
West goalie Nicholas Ritz turned away 25 of 26 shots he faced to earn the win in goal.
Central Bucks West   2-2-5   9
Hatboro-Horsham     0-0-1 1
Shots:  CBW 46, HH 26.
Saves: Nicholas Ritz (CBW) 25, Ryan Bell (HH) 37.

Collin Quinn had himself a game on Wednesday night at Hatfield Ice, erupting for six goals and one assist to lead the Patriots to the convincing win.
Matt Ermigiotti (Dan Tori assist) scored 11:19 into the first period, igniting a 3-0 East tear in less than two minutes. Quinn (Jasen Cluckey/Richard Keiser assists) and Cluckey (Quinn/Keiser assists) each scored a goal for the Patriots in the run.
Kayne Galie scored with a Ben Lubas assist early in the second period to make it a 3-1 game, but the Patriots answered with three goals of their own. Keiser scored an unassisted goal, and Quinn followed with back-to-back goals to give East a 6-1 lead – the first a power play with Richard Kaczmarczyk/Jake Semrow assists and the second with a Kaczmarczyk assist.
A goal by Quinn early in the third period gave the Patriots a 7-1 lead. Dean Keller scored for PW, but Quinn connected on back-to-back goals to close out the scoring – the first a short-handed goal with an Owen Connor assist and the second with a Jeff Carp assist.
East goalie Matt Ogonowski recorded 20 saves in a winning effort.
Central Bucks East    3-3-3   9
Plymouth Whitemarsh         0-1-1   2
Shots: CBE 38, PW 22.
Saves: Matt Ogonowski (CBE) 20, Ben Yuter (PW) 29.