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Draft League Sunday

Sunday May 19

Kraken Cruise to Easy Win Over Islanders

(15)Kraken vs Islanders(5)

The Kraken's dominance was evident-from the start, capitalizing on the Islanders' lack of depth and converting their chances with clinical precision. F.Mastrocola's performance was the highlight of the match, as he continued to build on his reputation as a top scorer adding six more tallies to his piggy bank. Despite the heavy defeat, Islanders' goaltender T. Kotsiris showcased remarkable resilience. Facing relentless pressure-from the Kraken's attack, Kotsiris made numerous saves and earned respect for his relentless effort in net, even as the scoreboard reflected the team's struggle. Overall, the game underscored the Kraken's strength and depth, while highlighting the challenges faced by the Islanders, who fought valiantly but were outmatched on this occasion.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Francesco Mastrocola of the Kraken. With each goal, Mastrocola keeps solidifying his reputation as a scoring machine, effortlessly finding the back of the net time and time again. His lightning-fast shots and impeccable accuracy left the goaltender scrambling to keep up, as he single-handedly dismantled the Islanders defense with his offensive brilliance.

Predators Prevail in Thrilling Victory Over Flyers

(10)Flyers vs Predators(12)

In a thrilling ball hockey showdown, the Predators emerged victorious over the Flyers with a final score of 12-10. The game was a showcase of offensive firepower, with both teams relentlessly attacking and trading goals throughout the match. The Predators were led by the spectacular performance of J. Bergola, who was the undisputed star of the game. Bergola found the back of the net an astonishing six times and added two assists to his tally, playing a crucial role in his team's high-octane offense. On the Flyers' side, S. Tomasetta delivered an impressive playmaking display, racking up five assists. Tomasetta's keen vision and precise passing kept the Flyers competitive and created numerous scoring opportunities for his teammates. The game was a back-and-forth battle, with neither team able to secure a comfortable lead for long. Both defenses were under constant pressure, and the goalies were kept busy with a barrage of shots -from all angles. Ultimately, it was the Predators' ability to capitalize on key moments that made the difference. Bergola's scoring prowess and timely assists provided the edge needed to outlast the Flyers in this high-scoring affair.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Jason Bergola of the Predators. Each of Bergola's goals was a testament to his talent and determination, as he consistently found a way to penetrate the Flyers' defense and find the back of the net. His two assists further demonstrated his versatility and unselfishness, as he actively contributed to his teammates' success throughout the game.

Islanders Roar Back to Overpower Panthers

(6)Panthers vs Islanders(11)

The Panthers stormed out of the gates with a flurry of early goals, seizing control of the game and building a commanding 3-0 lead. Their aggressive offense and stout defense seemed to have the Islanders on their heels, leaving fans wondering if a comeback was possible. However, the Islanders refused to back down, regrouping and recalibrating their game plan as the match progressed. Slowly but surely, they began to chip away at the Panthers' lead, capitalizing on scoring opportunities and tightening up their defense to stifle the Panthers' attack. As the momentum shifted in favour of the Islanders, they unleashed a relentless offensive barrage, overwhelming the Panthers with their speed, skill, and tenacity. Their cohesive team play and unwavering determination allowed them to dominate the remainder of the game, outscoring the Panthers by a significant margin. J.Tzanetakos made a mark striking four times while setting up two tallies. E.Freve and S.Kalaydjian had an input as well bagging two goals each while S.Boulerice and R.Beaupre did the same but in a losing cause.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Jimmy Tzanetakos of the Islanders. Tzanetakos was a force to be reckoned with throughout the game, showcasing his scoring prowess and playmaking ability with unmatched skill and determination. His offensive onslaught left the Panthers' defense scrambling to contain him, as he netted an impressive four goals and dished out two assists to his teammates.

Bruins Shine Defensively in Rout of Blackhawks

(6)Bruins vs Blackhawks(1)

In a commanding display of defensive prowess, the Bruins stifled the Blackhawks' offense en route to a convincing 6-1 victory in a highly anticipated ball hockey clash. Despite the Blackhawks' efforts, they found themselves unable to break through the Bruins' defensive wall, while the Bruins capitalized on scoring opportunities to secure a resounding win. From-the outset, it was evident that the Bruins were determined to control the pace of the game and dictate play on both ends of the rink. Their disciplined defensive structure and relentless back checking made it difficult for the Blackhawks to generate quality scoring chances, frustrating their offensive efforts. While the Blackhawks struggled to find their rhythm offensively, the Bruins capitalized on their opportunities with precision and efficiency. The Bruins' balanced scoring attack saw contributions-from multiple players, highlighting their depth and versatility on the offensive end. In addition to their offensive prowess, the Bruins received stellar goaltending-from S. Sauk, who came within inches of securing a shutout. P.Labateya was the only player to get the satisfaction of beating the Bruins net minder.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Scott Sauk of the Bruins. Throughout the game, Sauk proved to be a formidable presence in the crease, turning away shot after shot with remarkable precision. His impeccable positioning and reflexes frustrated the Blackhawks' offense, denying them time and time again in their attempts to find the back of the net.

Panthers Roar to Victory over Sabres in Blowout

(10)Panthers vs Sabres(1)

It didn’t take long for the Panthers to set the tone for the game, launching a relentless offensive assault that left the Sabres struggling to keep up. Spearheaded by the dynamic duo of M. Chenier and G. Papadakis, who each contributed an impressive five points, the Panthers' offense was firing on all cylinders, overwhelming the Sabres' defense. Chenier and Papadakis showcased their offensive prowess, dazzling the crowd with their slick passing and precise shooting as they orchestrated scoring chance after scoring chance. While the Panthers' offense was busy putting on a show, their net minder R.Elias stood tall in the crease, turning aside all but one of the Sabres' shots on goal. Elias’s stellar performance between the pipes provided a solid foundation for the Panthers' dominant display. This win for the Panthers came after a disappointing defeat earlier on vs the Islanders. At least the Panthers were able to salvage their night by showcasing their strength and skill as a team with an explosive offense and solid goaltending.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to R.Elias of the Panthers. In a remarkable season debut as a goaltender, R. Elias showcased his talent and composure between the pipes, earning the well-deserved title of Player of the Game for the Panthers in a stellar performance that saw him allow only one goal.

Late Drama as Canadiens Edge Wild in Hard-Fought Ball Hockey Clash

(9)Canadiens vs Wild(6)

It was clear that both teams were prepared to leave it all on the court, with each possession fiercely contested and every goal hard-earned. Despite the Canadiens' early lead, the Wild refused to back down, mounting several spirited comebacks to keep the game within reach. As the contest progressed, the momentum swung back and forth, with neither team able to gain a decisive advantage. The Wild's relentless pressure and never-say-die attitude kept the Canadiens on their toes, forcing them to dig deep and find another level of intensity. With the score tied late in the game, the Canadiens found themselves facing a critical juncture. Sensing the urgency of the moment, they rallied together and unleashed a relentless offensive barrage, scoring three late goals that ultimately sealed the victory and dashed the Wild's hopes of a comeback. While many contributed offensively with the Canadiens top end players such as M.Salerno, R.Chiraletta and P.Roy sharing four points each, B.Panarello made a few brilliant plays that helped pave the way to victory with three key points.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Bruno Panarello of the Canadiens. Panarello’s impact on the game was undeniable, as he played a pivotal role in the Canadiens' offensive onslaught, collecting three big points with his precise passing and sharpshooting. Whether setting up his teammates for scoring chances or finding the back of the net himself, Panarello’s contributions were instrumental in propelling his team to victory.

Victorious Red Wings Overwhelm Kings

(11)Red Wings vs Kings(5)

The Red Wings wasted no time asserting their authority on the court, as they surged ahead to a commanding 6-1 lead at one point in the game. The Kings did put up a fight, rallying to score three quick goals and close the gap, but their comeback effort wasn’t good enough as the Red Wings regained control of the match. C. Stamadianos and B. Freitas-Pereira were able to collect six and five points respectively, overwhelming the Kings' defense. As the game progressed, the Red Wings continued to apply pressure, extending their lead and preventing any hopes of a Kings' comeback. With a combination of offensive firepower and solid defense, they maintained control of the game until the final buzzer sounded, securing a well-deserved victory.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Chris Stamadianos of the Red Wings. With Stamadianos leading the charge on three goals and three assists, the Red Wings demonstrated their strength and depth as a team, sending a clear message to the rest of the league that they are a force to be reckoned with. As they celebrated their triumph, they knew that they owed much of their success to the standout performance of Stamadianos on the court.