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Draft League Sunday

Sunday May 12

Kraken Outlasts Wild in Intense Overtime Clash

(3)Kraken vs Wild(2) O.T

The Kraken and the Wild clashed in an intense battle that went down to the wire. Despite facing fierce competition, the Kraken managed to secure a hard-fought victory, edging out the Wild 3-2 in overtime. Right-from the outset, the Kraken got the jump they wanted, taking an early lead and maintaining control of the game throughout. The Wild refused to back down however, rallying twice on blistering slap shots by T.Acheson and T.Angelis to tie the score and keep the game extremely close. As regulation time expired with the score deadlocked at 2-2, both teams braced themselves for an overtime period filled with tension and anticipation. It was during this critical juncture that F. Mastrocola emerged as the hero for the Kraken. With a stroke of luck, Mastrocola netted his second goal of the game, clinching the win and sending the Kraken faithful into a frenzy of celebration. While the Wild fought valiantly until the final buzzer, they ultimately fell just short of victory. Nevertheless, they showcased their resilience and determination, pushing the Kraken to their limits throughout the game.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Frank Mastrocola of the Kraken. With his second goal in overtime, Mastrocola propelled the Kraken to a hard-fought 3-2 victory over their resilient opponents. Throughout the match, Mastrocola showcased his skill and determination, proving to be a constant threat on the court. His clutch performance in overtime, culminating in the game-winning goal, solidified his status as a key player for the Kraken.

Predators' Early Blitz Holds Off Sabres' Comeback Surge

( 8 )Sabres vs Predators(11)

In a wild and high-scoring ball hockey clash, the Predators wasted no time asserting their dominance, racing to a commanding 8-1 lead just beyond the 17-minute mark against the Sabres. However, what seemed like a one-sided affair took a dramatic turn as the Sabres mounted a spirited comeback, making the final score line a respectable 11-8 in favour of the Predators. Leading the charge for the Predators was J. Bergola, who orchestrated an offensive onslaught with a stellar performance. Bergola notched a hat trick and dished out three assists, showcasing his playmaking abilities and leading by example on the court. Adding to the Predators' firepower were D. Carlucci and R. Beaupre, who each found the back of the net twice, contributing to their team's lead. Despite facing a daunting deficit, the Sabres refused to concede defeat, launching a remarkable comeback effort fuelled by standout performances -from N. Macri and C. Arnoldo. Macri was a force to be reckoned with, tallying an impressive four goals and spearheading the Sabres' offensive charge. Meanwhile, Arnoldo's hat trick further fuelled the Sabres' resurgence, inspiring hope among his bench as they battled their way back into contention. In the end, while the Predators' early onslaught set the tone for the game, it was the Sabres' resilient comeback effort that added excitement and drama to the matchup.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Jason Bergola of the Predators. Bergola's impact went beyond just collecting six points; his leadership and determination inspired his teammates and kept the Predators focused and motivated throughout the contest. Whether it was finding the back of the net himself or setting up his teammates for scoring opportunities, Bergola was a constant threat on the court, and a driving force behind his team's success.

From-Overtime Heartbreak to Triumph, Wild's Resilience Shines Against Flyers

(2)Flyers vs Wild(7)

In a thrilling match following a hard-fought overtime loss earlier in the night to the Kraken, the Wild showcased their resilience and determination as they faced off against the Flyers in their second game of a double-header. With an impressive display of skill and teamwork, the Wild surged to a convincing 7-2 victory over their opponents. The Wild’s road to victory was attributed to their collective team effort that saw certain players bring it up a notch on the score sheet. Leading the charge for the Wild was T. Angelis, whose hat trick ignited the team's offense and set the tone for the game. With precise finishing and a nose for the net, Angelis proved to be a constant threat and a key catalyst for his team's success. Adding to the offensive firepower as well was T. Acheson, whose four assists highlighted his playmaking abilities and helped fuel the Wild's scoring barrage. Behind the stellar performance of the players was goaltender M. Tzouvadakis, who stood tall between the pipes with a series of clutch saves to thwart the Flyers' offensive attacks. Tzouvadakis's strong play provided a solid foundation for the Wild's defensive efforts and played a crucial role in securing the victory.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Mike Tzouvadakis of the Wild. Facing a determined Flyers' offense, Tzouvadakis displayed remarkable poise and agility, making a series of crucial saves to keep his team ahead and thwart the opposition's scoring attempts. His solid presence in the net instilled confidence in his teammates and provided a solid foundation for the Wild's success throughout the game.

M.Paciencia's Hat Trick Heroics Propel Kings to Overtime Victory

(5)Blackhawks vs Kings(6) O.T

In a pulsating ball hockey clash between the Kings and the Blackhawks, fans were treated to a spectacle of skill and resilience as both teams battled it out on the court. The game was a back-and-forth affair, with the Kings rallying late on two occasions to force overtime against their rivals. As the game stretched into a lengthy overtime period, tension mounted as both teams fought tooth and nail for the decisive goal. It was then that M. Paciencia emerged as the hero for the Kings, delivering a performance for the ages. Paciencia not only showcased his scoring prowess with a remarkable hat trick, but he also proved to be the difference-maker when it mattered most. His timely goals not only tied the game late to force overtime, but ultimately clinched the win for the Kings with a dramatic game-winning goal. Despite facing adversity throughout the match, the Kings never wavered in their determination, displaying resilience and grit until the final buzzer sounded. Their hard-fought victory was a testament to their character as a team and their ability to rise to the occasion in clutch moments.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to M.Paciencia of the Kings. From-the opening face-off, Paciencia showcased his scoring prowess and ability to deliver in clutch moments. His late tying goal in regulation not only kept the Kings' hopes alive but also shifted the momentum in their favour, setting the stage for a dramatic finish. Then, in the pressure-packed sudden death frame, Paciencia once again rose to the occasion, delivering the game-winning goal with a combination of skill and precision.

A.Zardarian's Brilliance in Net Leads Red Wings to Handily Defeat Flyers

(1)Flyers vs Red Wings(6)

From-the first face off until the buzzer, the Red Wings asserted their authority on the court, leaving no doubt as to who the superior team was on this night. The Red Wings wasted no time in asserting their dominance, setting a blistering pace right-from the opening faceoff. Their offensive prowess was on full display as they peppered the Flyers' net with a relentless barrage of shots, keeping their opponents on their heels for the entirety of the game. Fuelling the Red Wings' offensive onslaught was a well-rounded attack, with goals coming-from a variety of sources. Their offensive depth proved to be too much for the Flyers to handle, as the Red Wings continued to find the back of the net with ease throughout the game. While the Red Wings' offense was firing on all cylinders, their defense was equally impressive, stifling the Flyers' attempts to generate scoring opportunities. Led by the exceptional goaltending of A. Zardarian, who was an impenetrable force between the pipes, the Red Wings' defensive unit shut down any hopes of a Flyers comeback.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Rudy Folini of the Red Wings. Beyond his individual statistics of scoring twice while collecting an assist, R.Folini’s leadership and veteran presence were invaluable to the Red Wings throughout the game. His ability to remain composed under pressure and lead by example inspired his teammates and helped guide them to victory.

Bruins' Defensive Unity Propels Them to Top Panthers

(2)Panthers vs Bruins(4)

With a collective commitment to solid defensive play, the Bruins effectively neutralized the Panthers' offensive threats, limiting their scoring opportunities throughout the game. It was clear that the Bruins were determined to shut down the Panthers' attack, with every player buying into the team's defensive strategy. Their cohesive effort without the ball proved to be the key to their success, as they consistently disrupted the Panthers' offensive flow and forced turnovers. Despite facing pressure-from the Panthers, the Bruins remained composed and focused on executing their defensive game plan. S. Sauk was a stalwart presence between the pipes. The Bruins' defense stood tall, turning away scoring chances and keeping the Panthers at bay. Offensively, the Bruins found success by spreading the scoring wealth among different players, demonstrating their depth and versatility on the attack. Goals came-from various sources, highlighting the team's balanced offensive approach and ability to capitalize on scoring opportunities when they arose. With their solid defensive performance and contributions-from all areas of the line-up, the Bruins showcased their resilience and determination, earning a hard-fought win against a tough opponent.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Scott Sauk of the Bruins. Throughout the game, Sauk proved to be an impenetrable force in net, turning away a barrage of shots with confidence and precision. His stellar goaltending not only frustrated the Panthers' offensive efforts, but also provided a sense of stability and confidence for the Bruins' defensive unit.

Canadiens Leave Islanders in the Dust, M.Salerno, P.Roy, and P.Stroubakis Light Up the Scoreboard

(6)Islanders vs Canadiens(9)

The Canadiens wasted no time in making their presence felt on the court, storming to an impressive 8-1 lead by the 30 minute mark as they capitalized on scoring opportunities with precision and efficiency. Their relentless attack left the Islanders scrambling to keep pace, as they struggled to contain the Canadiens' offensive onslaught. M. Salerno delivered a stellar performance with a remarkable four-goal outing. Salerno's offensive outburst provided a significant boost for the Canadiens, as he consistently found the back of the net with clinical finishing and impeccable timing. Not to be outdone, P. Roy also made his mark on the game with a sensational hat trick, further fuelling the Canadiens' offensive barrage and extending their lead over the Islanders. Roy's offensive contributions underscored the depth and versatility of the Canadiens' scoring arsenal, as they continued to pile on the goals. Despite facing a daunting deficit, the Islanders refused to back down, mounting a spirited comeback effort in the latter stages of the game. P. Stroubakis emerged as a standout performer for the Islanders, rifling a hat trick of his own in a valiant display of offensive skill and determination. While the Islanders managed to narrow the gap and make the final score line respectable, the damage had already been done by the Canadiens' dominant performance in the early stages of the game. With their commanding victory secured, the Canadiens showcased their offensive firepower and demonstrated why they are a force to be reckoned with in the Sunday division.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Max Salerno of the Canadiens. His clinical finishing and keen eye for goal proved to be a constant threat to the Islanders' defense, as he consistently found ways to put the ball in the back of the net. By the time the game ended, the sharpshooter led all players with a whopping four goals.