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November 3, 2012


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Braehead Clan 5 Cardiff Devils 7

The Devils were in Glasgow for the start of their Scottish double header, they are in the capital tomorrow to face Edinburgh. And they didn’t let the grass grow under their feet as they got off to a flying start. With NHL lockout Paul Bissonnette, getting the opener with 72 seconds on the clock. They went on to take the first period 4-1. The home side did get it back to 5 apiece but then gave up a goal 54th minute and then an empty netter with six seconds remaining for the Devils to take the points.

Despite being pulled level 27 seconds after opening the scoring the Devils went on to dominate the first period. New signing Paul Bissonnette was quickly off the mark as he netted at 1.12. The home side were back on level terms with a strike from Bobby Chaumont at 1.39. The visitors restored their lead as Bari McKenzie found the net at 6.11. Then a double from Stuart MacRae gave them a 4-1 lead. He got his first at 9.31 and then followed that up with a shorthanded goal at 11.23. At this point Brahead called a time out and this seemed to settle them as there was no further scoring in the period.

Two goals in  as many minutes got the home team right back into the game Ash Goldie scored at 27.30 and then player/coach Jordan Krestanovich made it a one goal game as he fired home at 29.30, at this point Cardiff  called the timeout. With a minute of the second period remaining Ben Davies netted to give the Devils a two goal spread.

Clan got that goal back quickly as Jade Galbraith found the net at 41.19 and then to the delight of the home support Ash Goldie with his second of the game restored equality at 45.51. However that was to be the end of the fight back as Phil Hill netted the game winner at 53.41. With Devils under penalty in the final two minutes Clan pulled Zemlak for a 6 on 4 unfortunately for them Mac Fualkner found the empty net to complete the scoring.

Period Scores:
Braehead   1+2+2=5
Cardiff       4+1+2=7
Penalty Minutes:
Braehead   0+0+4=4
Cardiff       4+4+4=12
Shot on:
Garrett Zemlak   10+10+14=34 + 1ENG
Mike Will         4+0+0+4
Phil Oaser       5+11+10=26
Braehead   0/6
Cardiff        0/2
Referee: Neil Wilson
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Dundee Stars 3 Sheffield Steelers 4 (After Overtime)

After seven straight wins at home Dundee lost out to an overtime winner from the Steelers. They had been behind throughout the game but tied it up in the 49th minute to take the game into overtime. However it was the Steelers who had the final say with an overtime winner from Tyler Michel.

Earlier the visitors went in front at 12.35 with a strike from Jeff Legue. However, just over two minutes later the hosts were back on level terms as Sami Rhyanan netted at 14.39. The Steelers took the honours in the first period with a late strike at 18.30 from Tom Sestito to lead by a single goal.

The Steel city men increased their lead as Shawn Limpright was on target at 23.42. Not long after that the Stars got it back to within one as Sami Rhyanan netted his second at 26.16.

With the game finally balanced it would be all to play for in the third period. As it turned out the only goal of the period came the way of the home side at 48.53 as Rhyanan completed his hat-track to take the game into overtime.

It wasn’t to go the way of the home team as Tyler Michel netted the game winner 1.54 into the overtime period for the Steelers to take the extra point.

Period Scores:
Dundee    1+1+1+0=3
Sheffield   2+1+0+1=4
Penalty Minutes:
Dundee    2+2+2=6
Sheffield   4+2+0=6
Shot on:
Nic Riopel      18+11+16+1=46
John DeCaro  4+6+10+3=23
Dundee     0/2
Sheffield    0/2
Referee: Dean Smith
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Fife Flyers 2 Edinburgh Capitals 1

In a low scoring encounter in Kirkcaldy the home side came out on top by the odd goal in three. For Fife it was their first win in six games. However, the Edinburgh side have now lost their last four games. One consolation for the Capitals they managed to get on the score sheet having drawn a blank in their three previous encounters.

After a goalless first period the home side finally got the breakthrough at 28.14 with a strike from Jason Pitton. There were never going to be a lot of goals in this period with Fife managing seven whilst Edinburgh could only get four on the home goal. And that strike turned out to be the only marker after forty minutes of hockey.

Flyers doubled their advantage with a goal from Kris Hogg at 48.46. However, this was cancelled out as Martin Cingel netted on the powerplay for the Capitals at 51.05 to set up an interesting finale. Neither team could find their way to the goal and the Flyers held on to take the points.

Period Scores:
Fife             0+1+1=2
Edinburgh   0+0+1=1
Penalty Minutes:
Fife             2+2+4=8
Edinburgh   0+10+4=14
Shot on:
Bryan Pitton            6+4+3=13
Tomas Hiadlovsky  7+13+14=34
Fife             0/6
Edinburgh   1/4
Referee: James Ashton
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Coventry Blaze 5 Belfast Giants 4 (After Overtime)

Coventry came back from being 3-1 down after two periods to level the game in the third and take the game into overtime where Brad Leeb completed his hat-trick with the game winner at 62.39.

The first period ended goalless and it wasn’t until 30.52 when the first goal went in and it came the way of the visitors with a strike from Noah Clarke at 30.52. The Blaze got it back on level terms at 34.53 with a goal from Dustin Cameron. However, a double from Andrew Fournier at 35.50 and 38.48 gave the Giants a 3-1 lead after two periods.

The deficit was cut 78 seconds into the third period with a powerplay goal from Brad Leeb. The game was level at 43.35 as Mike Schutte found the net. Blaze in front for the first time as Lebb netted on the powerplay for the second time at 49.08. A minute later they themselves ran into penalty trouble and the Giants took advantage of the extra man as Jeff Mason scored at 51.10.

With no further scoring the game went into overtime and at 62.39 Brad Lebb fired home the game winner with his hat-trick marker.

Period Scores:
Coventry    0+1+3+1=5
Belfast       0+3+1+0=4
Penalty Minutes:
Coventry    4+2+6+0=12
Belfast       2+8+2+0=12
Shot on:
Peter Hirsch        10+19+16+1=46
Stephen Murphy  6+9+15+5=35
Coventry 2/5
Belfast    1/5
Referee: Mike Hicks


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