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Hockey summaries from recent games
December 30, 2013By Larry Mauter of Bedford Sports
December 21 – Bedford 2, Dearborn-Crestwood 2
In a non-league contest, Bedford and Crestwood played to a 2-2 tie at the Toledo Ice House. The visitors scored the first and last goals of the night. Both teams capitalized on 5-on-3 power plays. All scoring was done in the first two periods.
The first Mule goals was scored by Tristen Stevens, assisted by Jacob Ansara and Josef Molnar. Jake Stark put Bedford ahead 2-1, assisted by Grant Harper. The Mules outshot Crestwood 29-24.
December 27 – Bedford 5, Perrysburg 1
The Mules ran their Northwest Hockey Conference record to 4-0 by defeating Perrysburg 5-1. The Yellowjackets throttled Bedford throughout the first period until Tristen Stevens broke the ice with 10 seconds remaining, assisted by Josef Molnar and Jake Schulty.
A pair of early second period goals put Bedford up 3-0. David Jeffers picked up a power play goal, with assists to Grant Harper and Jake Stark. Just 23 seconds later Stark scored, assisted by Harper and Ethan Aubry. But Perrysburg made it interesting with a 5-on-3 power play goal late in the period.
Devin Keener went end to end five minutes into the third period to restore the three goal lead, then Jacob Ansara closed out the scoring, assisted by Josef Molnar, with a minute remaining. Ethan Moore turned back 18 of 19 Perrysburg shots, while the Mules fired 37 shots at the other end.
December 28 –Jackson 3, Bedford 1
For two periods, it looked as if only one team showed up to play. Unfortunately it wasn’t Bedford. The Mules were outshot 22-4, and were fortunate to only trail Jackson 2-0. In a more evenly played third period, each team scored once, which gave the Vikings a 3-1 victory on their home ice.
Bedford’s lone goal was scored by Ian Andres, with assists going to Jacob Ansara and Jake Stark. Austin Grycza and Ethan Moore shared goalkeeping duties, turning back 29 of 32 shots. The Mules were held to a season low nine shots over the 51 minutes of play.
The team now prepares for a busy January schedule, with 10 games on the books. That includes one snow cancellation make-up date. Five of those games are SEC contests and five are NHC games.