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New England Huskies hangs on, beats Springfield Jr Pics 2-0
Story by Narrative Science.
New England Huskies beat Springfield Jr Pics, 2-0, in a contest where the winning goal was scored in the first period but the game remained close throughout.A goal 2:48 into the the first period by Keith Barnaby proved to be the game winner, and powered New England Huskies to the victory New England Huskies had taken the advantage when Springfield Jr Pics' Benjamin McKenna got sent off for unsportsmanlike conduct. Ryan LaPlante provided the assist.
New England Huskies pulled out the victory even though it was hit with 15 penalty minutes.
New England Huskies was sparked by Barnaby, who tallied one goal.
New England Huskies stifled Springfield Jr Pics' power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man. New England Huskies did not reach the goal total it has come to expect this season. New England Huskies puts an average of four pucks into the net per game. New England Huskies forced Springfield Jr Pics goalie Luke Lepine to work between the pipes, taking 39 shots.
New England Huskies got a goal from Kip Strong as well. More assists for New England Huskies came via Stephen Scrivener, who had one.
The Springfield Jr Pics penalty box was a busy place as the team totaled five minors and two majors for 40 minutes in penalty time. Springfield Jr Pics surpassed its season average of 21 penalty minutes per game. Springfield Jr Pics' offense operated below it season average. Springfield Jr Pics averages two goals per game.
Benjamin Gagnon made 22 saves for New England Huskies on 22 shots. New England Huskies registered one goal on seven power play opportunities. Lepine turned away 37 pucks between the pipes for Springfield Jr Pics. Springfield Jr Pics registered zero goals on six power play opportunities.