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Bedford 1-1 this weekend in hockey
February 17, 2013Bedford Sports
Fri. Feb. 15 – home vs. Macomb Lutheran Northern
Bedford built a 4-1 first period lead, then took a second period nap, but finished strong with five third period goals to defeat Macomb Lutheran North by a 10-3 score. Kyle Kuhr led the Mule offense with five goals. Also scoring for Bedford were Weston Swick, Graham Goupille, Noah Szenderski, Jacob Ansara, and Jim Schulty.
The teams were scoring a goal a minute at the start of the game. Swick opened the scoring, assisted by Josef Molnar and Josh Hoogendoorn. After the Mustangs tied it, Goupille’s goal, assisted by Ansara, put Bedford up for good. Szenderski made it 3-1, assisted by Schulty and Devin Keener, then Kuhr ended the first period scoring with a solo goal.
After Ansara’s score, assisted by Szenderski, Northern pumped in two goals in seven seconds to make it a 5-3 game after two periods.
Just 30 seconds into the third period Kuhr scored another solo goal. Later in the period while the Mules were killing a penalty, Kuhr and Schulty scored short-handed goals to put the game away. Szenderski assisted on both goals, while Schulty assisted on Kuhr’s goal. Two late goals by Kuhr, with assists by Jonathan Rokicki and Ansara, finished the scoring. Bedford outshot the Mustangs by a 46-22 count. Adam Glick and Austin Grycza shared goalkeeping duties.
Sat. Feb. 16 – at Dearborn Crestwood
The Mules tried to make it a two win weekend but came up short as Dearborn Crestwood eked out a 4-3 victory on their home ice. After Bedford took an early lead, four unanswered Charger goals were just enough to hold off a late Mule rally.
Kyle Kuhr opened the scoring for Bedford on a power play, assisted by Jim Schulty and Noah Szenderski. But 40 seconds later Crestwood tied it. The teams played over 23 minutes of scoreless hockey until the Mustangs took the lead on a short-handed goal and maintained that 2-1 advantage into the second intermission.
A Crestwood power play goal 88 seconds into the third period made it 3-1, which was followed by yet another goal 84 seconds later completed the Charger scoring. Szenderski put Bedford back in the game with 6:49 remaining, assisted by Jim Schulty.
After Crestwood took a late penalty, Bedford skated with six players and no goalkeeper, keeping the play in the Charger end. Devin Keener, assisted by Szenderski and Josef Molnar, got the Mules to 4-3 with 49 seconds remaining. But Bedford could not score again.