Thursday June 17
Well oiled Fatal Demons trounce rusty Brewers
After handing the Brewers an easy loss, the Fatal Demons duplicated their efforts stringing two clean wins to start their season on a bang. The Brewers did look better in the second game, but werenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t able to handle the pressure put forth by a hungrier side. Still, S.Morante had to be sharp, especially in the second match to keep the Brewers-from stealing a point or two. TonightÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s results will test the Brewers ability to recover-from a slow start. The good news is that its only the first game after a long layover. As for the Fatal Demons, no one seemed to miss a beat as contributions came- from most of their line-up. S.Labrecque was stellar in the opening game scoring twice that included the winner while M.Destounis was clutch snapping a late 2-2 tie in the following contest.
(5)Fatal Demons vs Brewers (1)
(2)Brewers vs Fatal Demons(3)
Dragons storm out of gate in double wins over Carnage
Despite giving up an early goal, the Dragons were to much for Carnage to handle, especially in the first period collecting five straight goals. But Carnage did not let that get them down. Nor would they let up. And even though the hill was to high to climb, the second period was much better keeping the game closer than what was probably expected- from the Dragons. Much of the second game suggested for a way tighter battle until the late stages of the first period where G.DeMarinis and B.Daniele tallied only 30 seconds. At that point, the energy and hope of Carnage was drained. The Dragons knew they had their second win in the bag despite plenty of time left over. D.Gagnon put the final dagger late and the Dragons look to be in very fine form in their season debut.
(7)Dragons vs Carnage(4)
(1)Carnage vs Dragons(4)
E.Allen responds in shootout after ugly defeat to Family
You tend to feel a little fragile after letting a 2-0 lead slip away. The Pylons felt good about the opening game striking twice while putting many balls toward the net. Then, in only an instant, that feeling faded away as the Family roared with three consecutive goals. M.Braun was leaned on for the comeback netting back to back markers before setting up his captain M.Freda for the winner. The result did test the character of the Pylons as they found themselves in a deep hole by the second game. With the score 2-0 in favour of the Family, D.Charbonneau sent a clear message to his teammates that this game wasnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t done yet. The skilled d-man collected two straight goals including a brilliant play that sparked life to his bench. Both sides would eventually trade goals in the final frame leaving all but a shootout to decide matters. Luckily enough for the Pylons ,E.Allen was the lone player to figure out V.Teoli while O.Caillet stood firm denying three straight attempts.
(2)Pylons vs The Family(3)
(3)The Family vs Pylons(4) S.O
The SalumiVino player of the night goes to M.Braun of the Family. With his team looking down and out, M.Braun changed all that with three straight points that included a pair of big goals.