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Quick's big game bests Alvinston in 6-3 Wheatley win
Story by Narrative Science.
The Wheatley Sharks' Kyle Quick had a big offensive game, scoring two goals and contributing one assist in his team's 6-3 win over the Alvinston Flyers.Quick found the back of the net 11:55 into the second period to make the score 3-1 Wheatley and again while 6:50 into the third to make the score 4-3 Wheatley.
Referees had their hands full with a major incident at 19:54 into the first period. Four fighting penalties were dished out along with two game misconducts.
The Wheatley penalty box was a popular destination as the team totaled 13 minors and one major for 31 minutes in penalty time. The Sharks surpassed its season average of 19.0 penalty minutes per game. Wheatley bested its season scoring average. This season, the Sharks average 3.8 goals per contest.
Wheatley also got points from Sebastian Kanally, who also racked up one goal and two assists. Others who scored for Wheatley included Austin Fontaine, who had one and Craig Adamson, who had two. Other players who recorded assists for Wheatley were Riley Babkirk, who had four and Lucas Raffoul, Brendon Anger, and Jon Woelk, who each chipped in one.
Alvinston's penalty kill was spotless, allowing no goals on five Wheatley power plays.
The Flyers were helped by Josh Moore, who finished with one goal. Moore scored on the power play 16:29 into the second period to make the score 3-2 Wheatley. Alvinston had gotten the advantage when Wheatley's Nikko Sablone was sent off for high sticking. Cody Perriam provided the assist. Jake McPhail also scored for Alvinston. In addition, Alvinston received assists from Chad Vaneyk, who had two and Dan Warner and Joe Archer, who contributed one a piece.
Marc Tremblay rejected 23 shots on goal for the Sharks. For Wheatley, Zach Wilson and Kurtis Ouellette were ejected from the contest. The Flyers' James Morreau stopped 23 shots out of the 28 that he faced. Alvinston totaled 15 minutes in penalty time with five minors and one major and went 2-for-16 on the power play. The Flyers ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Kyle Cutler was ejected from the game.