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Mules drop two over the weekend

January 27, 2013
Bedford High School



Fri. Jan. 25 – home vs. Bowling Green

The Mules dug out of a 2-0 hole to tie this game early in the third period, but Bowling Green rallied to squeeze out a 4-3 victory.  Typical of this season, penalties cost Bedford dearly, with three of the Bobcats’ four goals coming on the power play.

 

After a scoreless first period, Bowling Green broke the ice just over a minute into the second period with their only even strength goal of the game.  With six minutes left it went to 2-0, then the Mules struck back with a short-handed goal, Noah Szenderski from Devin Keener.

 

Szenderski’s second goal of the evening, assisted by Jim Schulty, made it a 2-2 game with just over ten minutes remaining.  Two more Bobcat power play goals put the game out of reach, with Kyle Kuhr adding an unassisted buzzer-beater goal as time expired.  Bowling Green launched 32 shots at goalkeeper Adam Glick, while Bedford could only manage 16 shots.

 

Sat. Jan 26 – at Ann Arbor Skyline

Bedford travelled to the University of Michigan campus to face Ann Arbor Skyline, previously winless in SEC play.  Little went right for the Mules and they came out on the short end of a 4-2 score, extending their losing streak to nine games.  Two of the Eagle goals were power plays.

 

Skyline had a two goal lead inside a minute of the second period until Weston Swick made it a 2-1 game at 1:56 of the second period, assisted by Kyle Kuhr.  Before the period ended, the Mules were again down by two goals.

 

A power play goal with seven minutes left put Skyline ahead by a 4-1 score.  Noah Szenderski made it 4-2 with just 21 second remaining, assisted by Kuhr and Devin Keener.  Austin Grycza and Adam Glick shared goalkeeping duties, facing 21 shots throughout the game, while Bedford pelted the Eagle netminder with 38 shots.

 


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