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Nemzek nets hat trick, leads Mass Maple Leafs to 8-2 win over New England Huskies

CDL Arena    Sat, Nov 19, 2011

Hagen Nemzek netted a hat trick to lead Mass Maple Leafs over New England Huskies, 8-2.

Nemzek notched his first tally 19:40 into the first period. He then added goals at 50 seconds into the second and at 19:49 into the second.

New England Huskies' power play was ineffective against Mass Maple Leafs' penalty kill, which allowed one goal while shorthanded.

Mass Maple Leafs forced New England Huskies' netminders to work all game long, racking up 43 shots and forcing 35 saves. Benjamin Gagnon made 16 stops and Nick Riseman made 19. The defensemen of Mass Maple Leafs were also effective in New England Huskies' zone, and came away with two goals. Mass Maple Leafs had trouble staying out of the sin bin throughout the game as it finished the game with 22 penalty minutes for 10 opposing power plays. The leading offender was Rick Loveless, who totaled six minutes in penalty time with three minors.

Mass Maple Leafs also got points from Loveless, who also had one goal and one assist, Jacob Dyl, who also registered one goal and two assists, and Joseph Fernandes, who also tallied two goals and two assists. Steven Hole also scored for Mass Maple Leafs. Other players who recorded assists for Mass Maple Leafs were Ryan McCarthy, Kurtis Garcia, and Michael Owen, who contributed one each and Marc Frey and Colin Cordeiro, who each chipped in two.

New England Huskies racked up the penalties in the contest, and ended with six minors and one major for 37 minutes in penalty time. New England Huskies had been averaging 17 minutes in penalties per game. New England Huskies made Mass Maple Leafs' goaltenders to work between the pipes, taking 36 shots and forcing 34 saves. Austin Miller made 18 stops and Donald Hesse made 16. New England Huskies could not produce up to it normal offensive output. New England Huskies puts an average of four pucks into the net per game.

New England Huskies was helped by Alec Hazelwood, who had one goal. Hazelwood scored on the power play 8:50 into the second period to make the score 6-2 Mass Maple Leafs. New England Huskies had gained a power play chance when Loveless was whistled for hooking. Stephen Scrivener picked up the assist. New England Huskies got a goal from Eddie Barrasso as well. In addition, New England Huskies received assists from Chris Gravelle, who had one and Dustin Paquette, who had two.

Mass Maple Leafs registered two goals on seven power play opportunities.