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    Wolves Play Well in Weekend Split

    By Lansing Wolves Staff 10/22/2018, 4:30pm EDT

    The Lansing Wolves played 2 games very well in both Great Lakes USPHL Premier games this past weekend.


    The 1st contest against was a bit of an anomaly as the Wolves for the most part outplayed the visiting Metro Jets but came out on the short end of a 3-1 game. Metro opened the scoring with the Wolves storming right back scoring the lone tally off the stick of Veteran Center Jake Deratany with great individually assists going to Noah Pipper and Brandon Ashley. Jeremy Skaife was his usual solid self in stopping 21 shots out of 23 thrown his way between the pipes. Kudos to the Metro Jets goalie Fredrick Meurling in stoning the Wolves stopping 43 of 44 shots in his direction.


    The 2nd contest against the Toledo Cherokee found both squads skating to a 1-1 draw at the end of 1st period. Fast forward to the 2nd period and the Wolves came out with abandon and it gained the hometown pack a well earned 2-1 lead after 2. If there was a doubt with anyone, the Wolves simply dominated in the 3rd outshooting the visitors 20-6 adding 2 goals in the 3rd period for a 4-1 win. Goal Scorers were lead by Brendan Smith with 2, that man Deratany adding a marker and finishing off the goals was Pipper. Adding 2 assists was Brandon Ashley. The usual sterling goalkeeping of Sean Finstrom stopping 19 of the 20 shots that came his way. A quick shout out to the Wolves youngsters as Mason Fitch, Connor Hillaker and Tyler Conklin (his 2 exemplary game of the weekend) was well earned and deserved.


    The Wolves schedule doesn't get any easier as we make to trek to the land of Penguins in Pittsburgh against the Pittsburgh Vengeance in what is sure to be hard fought tilts with  gametime Saturday at 6:30 E.T and Sunday morning at 11:40 E.T 


    The Wolves return home on 11/3 @ 7:30 against the Metro Jets. Then on 11/10 a special day game against the Wooster Oilers in a matinee start time 1:00 with this contest being Military night. More to come on festivities for this very special day upcoming. Catch all Wolves USPHL game on Hockey TV @

    IHC NCDC takes 3 of 4 points

    By Stephanie Wood 10/22/2018, 11:15am EDT



    North Andover, MA – The IHC NCDC team continued to earn points in league play, this past weekend earning 3 of 4 points hosting the Connecticut Rangers.  The Isles have now earned points in 7 of their last 8 games after and 0-3-1 start to the season.  They came back from a 2-0 deficit in the third period on Saturday and tied the game at 2-2 before losing in OT.  They managed to come back and earn a 4-2 win on Sunday.

    Despite outshooting CT 30-14 after two periods of play in game 1, the Isles found themselves down 2-0.  A power play goal by Takato Cox was followed by a Janis Vizbelis strike to give CT the lead.  Late in the third period the IHC would tally their own power play goal when Connor Sweeney (UNH) would fire one past Troy Kobryn with 4:43 remaining.  Jack Moran (Maine) would assist on the play.  After taking a timeout and pulling their goaltender it would be Sweeney again pounding home a rebound from Moran and Hunter McCoy with just :34 seconds left in the game.  However, CT would take home the OT win when Colin Slyne scored on a rebound scrum with the teams playing 3x3.

    Sunday’s contest would see a 1-1 game after one period with Hunter McCoy scoring for the IHC and Colin Slyne for CT.  In the second it would again be McCoy capping off a great play with a great move in tight tucking it past a prone Troy Kobryn.  Just over two minutes later while shorthanded, Marcus Seidl would one-time a goal off a great feed from Lewis Rowan.  CT would make it interesting in the third with a Trevor Bishop goal just 2:29 in providing for an entertaining 3rd period.  The drama would finally end when Nick Parody scored an empty netter with just :05 seconds left.  Goaltender Ismael Ralsten would earn his first win of the year stopping 23 of 25 shots faced.

    The IHC travels to the Beantown Showcase this weekend and will play 3 games in 4 days.  Thursday will be an 11am contest with the Boston Bandits.  Next will feature a late game Saturday at 8:30pm against the Syracuse Stars followed by a 3:40pm game with the NJ Rockets.  All games will be at the New England Sports Center in Marlboro, MA.


    Bobby Murray is still on the IR list and is week to week.

    Martin Stohanzl is now on the IR and is expected to miss up to 6 weeks.

    Shout out to goaltender!Ryan Kenny scoring for the premier team!  For those not in the know, Ryan is a!!!

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    FRASER, Mich. – The Metro Jets used three third-period goals to come alive and down the Wooster Oilers 4-2 Saturday night at Fraser Hockeyland.

    After a scoreless first period, Jhuwon Davis tallied the Jets’ first goal early in the second period only to have Wooster’s Andrew Kolenic tie the game heading into the second intermission.

    Matt Cruz, Joey Demarte (pictured) and Brodie Thornton scored in the third period and Brian Tallieu finished with 21 saves in goal.

    “I think this was a good bounce-back game for us," said Jets associate coach Jamie Lovell. "We won the game last night (3-1 in Lansing), but I think the guys will be honest to say it wasn't one of our better games. Today was a much better effort and knowing this was Wooster’s only game this weekend, they were going to come hard and play a physical game, and I thought we matched it.”

    Zach Zwierecki added a goal in the final period for the Oilers and Michael Hubbard made 33 saves between the pipes.

    The Metro Jets DP Team fell 3-0 on the road to the Pittsburgh Vengeance on Saturday night. Anthony Carlier made 28 saves for the Jets.

    The Jets next play a home-and-home series with the Toledo Cherokee next Friday and Saturday, starting Friday at 7 p.m. at the Team Toledo Ice House and wrapping Saturday at 7:30 p.m. back at Fraser Hockeyland.

    The Jets DP squad continues with Pittsburgh Sunday afternoon at 11:40 a.m.

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