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April 10 Draft wednesday

Wednesday April 10

Rangers Rally, Avalanche Answer, A Ball Hockey Tale of Comebacks and Clutch Plays

(7)Avalanche vs Rangers(6)

The game started with the Avalanche dominating early on, taking a commanding lead of 4-1, leaving the Rangers scrambling to catch up. It looked as though this contest had already been decided despite the amount of time left over. The Avalanche continued to push the pace, eventually finding themselves en route to a convincing win up 6-3 in the latter stages of the match. Then, in a very short span of only a couple of minutes and change, the Rangers staged an incredible comeback on three consecutive goals that left the Avalanche wondering what went wrong. With determination and grit, they fought tooth and nail to level the game 6-6, sending shockwaves throughout their entire bench. As tensions reached its peak and the clock ticked down, it was anyone's game. Both benches were convinced that an overtime period was required in order to determine a winner. But in a stroke of luck for the Avalanche, M. Saia emerged as the hero of the night, seizing the opportunity with just 7 seconds left on the clock to score the game-winning goal, clinching a thrilling victory for the Avalanche and leaving the Rangers stunned.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Matthew Saia of the Avalanche. With time ticking away and the outcome of the game hanging in the balance, M.Saia rose to the occasion with nerves of steel. In a display of sheer determination and skill, he found himself in the perfect position to notch the game-winning goal with only 7 seconds remaining on the clock, sending his teammates into a frenzy of excitement and sealing a memorable 7-6 victory

Macri's Clutch Goal Seals Senators' Victory in Overtime Duel with Stars

(3)Senators vs Stars(2) O.T

In a clash that had fans on the edge of their seats, the Senators and the Stars engaged in a fiercely contested battle that culminated in an overtime thriller. The game was a showcase of skill, determination, and relentless effort-from both sides. Despite the close matchup, neither team could break the tie during regulation, with the score deadlocked at 2-2 as the final buzzer sounded. As the tension mounted in overtime, every play became crucial, knowing that a single mistake could cost either team the victory. Throughout the game, the goaltenders for both teams played pivotal roles, making key saves to keep their respective clubs in the hunt. Their stellar performances between the pipes showcased the importance of goaltending in tight, high-pressure situations, and added an extra layer of drama to an already intense matchup. Although M.Mascitto got credited the win, M.Freda was just as instrumental for the Stars, giving his club every opportunity possible to secure victory. In the end, it came down to one big play that stemmed-from an excepted player. N.Macri seems to  flourish during the big moments as tonight was just another example of the power forward getting it done. N.Macri delivered a clutch play, stuffing the ball behind the net to secure a dramatic 3-2 overtime win for the Senators.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Mike Mascitto of the Senators. M.Mascitto’s exceptional goaltending was instrumental in the Senators' success, as he stood tall between the pipes, thwarting numerous scoring opportunities-from the Stars and providing a solid foundation for his team's victory.

Golden Knights' Early Lead Fades, Hurricanes Prevail in Action-Packed Battle

( 8 )Golden Knights vs Hurricanes(10)

The game was a rollercoaster of momentum swings and electrifying plays that kept fans entertained until the final buzzer. The game began with the Golden Knights racing out to a commanding 3-0 lead, capitalizing on their early opportunities and putting the Hurricanes on the back foot. However, the Hurricanes refused to back down, mounting a spirited comeback fuelled by the dynamic play of M. DiLena. In a display of sheer brilliance, DiLena single-handedly ignited the Hurricanes' offense, netting four quick goals to level the score and shift the momentum in his team's favour. But the Golden Knights responded with determination of their own, as P. Labateya answered back with two swift tallies to keep his team in the hunt. As the game progressed, the intensity only continued to escalate, with both teams trading scoring chances and exchanging blows in a relentless back-and-forth battle. The Hurricanes showcased their offensive firepower and resilience, steadily pulling ahead as the game wore on. In the end, it was the Hurricanes who finished stronger, maintaining their composure and executing their game plan  to secure a hard-fought 10-8 victory over the Golden Knights.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Marco DiLena of the Hurricanes. With an outstanding offensive display, DiLena showcased his scoring prowess and played a pivotal role in guiding the Hurricanes to a hard-fought win over the Golden Knights. His remarkable achievement of scoring five goals and an assist in a single game underscored his status as a true standout player.