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GAME RECAP

Cape Cod uses fast start to beat Delaware, 18-0

HYCC Kennedy    Fri, Dec 16, 2011

 

A five-goal first period deficit cost the Delaware Federals, which could not recover and fell to the Cape Cod Bluefins, 18-0.

 

 

The Bluefins' goal total was higher than their season average. This season, Cape Cod averages 3.8 goals per contest. The Bluefins' defensemen were a huge part of the offense, scoring four goals and taking 47 shots. The 109 shots that Cape Cod put on net surpassed the Bluefins' average of 27.5 shots per game this season.

Cape Cod also got points from Corey Bellamy, who also registered one goal and two assists, Luke Frey, who also finished with one goal and five assists, Lun, who also grabbed one goal and three assists, Kevin McCready, who also had two goals and one assist, Brad Surdam, who also finished with two goals and four assists, Garrett Peters, who also registered four goals and one assist, and Tesoriero, who also grabbed three goals and three assists. Cape Cod also got a goal from Anthony Sarno as well. In addition, Cape Cod received assists from Steve Brown, who had one and Matthew Harrington and James Gordon, who each chipped in three.

Delaware could not produce up to it normal offensive output. The Federals put an average of 3.7 pucks into the net per game. With 18 shots on target during the contest, Delaware exceeded the 3.5 shots it averages per game this year.

The Federals were led by Paul Weisser, who took four shots.

Wes Vesprini recorded 18 saves for Cape Cod. The Bluefins totaled nine minutes in penalty time with two minors and one major and went 0-for-2 on the power play. Delaware took out Michael Younes after he had made 42 saves and installed Michael DiLorenzo in goal, where he finished with 49 saves and the loss. The Federals totaled nine minutes in penalty time with two minors and one major and went 0-for-2 on the power play.