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January slump continues for Bedford hockey
January 19, 2013Bedford Sports
Sat. Jan. 19 – home vs. New Boston Huron
Bedford’s January slump continued at home in a non-league contest against New Boston Huron. The Chiefs rallied from a 4-2 first period deficit by scoring four times in the other two periods to take a 10-6 decision. Power play goals were the order of the day as both teams scored on three of their five chances.
Josh Hoogendoorn put the Mules on top just 43 seconds into the game, assisted by Kyle Kuhr and Michael Pisanti. Following a Huron goal, Kuhr made it 2-1, assisted by Noah Szenderski and Weston Swick. The Chiefs tied the game again, but Swick made it 3-2 Bedford, assisted by Hoogendoorn and Kuhr. Swick’s power play goal near the end of the first period gave the Mules their two goal advantage.
Huron cut the deficit to one goal with six minutes left in the second period, then took advantage of a 5-on-3 penalty situation by striking three times in a span of 80 seconds as the period wound down, giving the Chiefs a 6-4 lead heading into the final 17 minutes.
Another Huron score created a three goal deficit, but Kuhr gave the Mules some hope with a power play goal with just under seven minutes remaining. Two minutes later the differential was again three goals. Jim Schulty added a power play goal, but with goalkeeper Adam Glick on the bench, the Chiefs scored twice into the empty net.