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Mules weekend hockey results
February 6, 2012Bedford High School
Fri. Feb. 3 – at Southview
The Mules wrapped up their Northwest Hockey Conference schedule, blanking Southview 6-0, to finish at 9-1. Due to game count limits, Bedford opted out of the NHC playoffs, but received trophies as the regular season champions. Adam Glick picked up his third shutout in goal.
Six different Bedford players scored. Grant McCormack gave the Mules an early lead, then Graham Goupille made it 2-0 late in the first period. Dominic Pisanti scored the only second period goal, cashing in on a Mule power play.
Noah Szenderski, Michael Pisanti, and Brenden Campbell scored in the third period to finish off the Cougars. Travis Krider picked up three assists and Noah Szenderski added two assists in the victory. The Mules outshot Southview by a 34-16 margin.
Sat. Feb. 4 – at Gibraltar Carlson
Bedford travelled north to Trenton for their first meeting ever against Gibraltar Carlson in a nonâ€‘league game. After an ominous beginning, the Mules staged an impressive five goal outburst in the second period to topple the Marauders by a 7-4 score.
Bedford got into penalty trouble in the first period, but managed to kill off four short-handed situations. Carlson scored the only goal of the period, outshooting the Mules 15-7. What looked like a gloomy evening changed dramatically after the break.
Noah Szenderski scored his first of two goals, converting a Bedford power play six minutes into the second period. Within the next two minutes the Mules added a pair of goals to grab a 3-1 lead as Kyle Kuhr and Josh Hoogendoorn scored.
Following a Carlson goal making it 3-2, Michael Pisanti scored his first of two goals with three minutes remaining in the period, followed by Szenderski’s second goal a minute later and it was 5-2 at the next break.
Pisanti added another Bedford goal early in the third period, but the Marauders stormed back with a pair of goals making the game more interesting at 6-4 with three minutes remaining. The Mules held on, then Dominic Pisanti sealed the win with an empty net goal with seconds remaining.