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Dresden's comeback falls short, Mooretown wins 5-4

Mooretown Rink 1    Sat, Jan 24, 2015

The Mooretown Flags, who led by three goals at one point, survived a comeback attempt by the Dresden Kings and clinched a 5-4 victory.

Mooretown led by three goals at one point and ended with the victory. The largest advantage in the game came when the Flags' Justin Vanbuskirk scored at 2:44 in the second period to put Mooretown up 3-0.

The Flags struggled on the penalty kill, allowing Dresden to score three power play goals on four chances.

Mooretown was led by Joe DeSena, who tallied one goal and one assist. DeSena scored 19:51 into the third period to make the score 5-4 Mooretown. Dan Lumley assisted on the tally. Mooretown also had goals scored by Caden Fleming, Dan Hachey, and Frankie White, who each put in one. In addition, Mooretown received assists from Brent Blais, Colton Osborne, Matt Brandon, Alec Segers, Brett Thompson, and Sam Jasmin, who contributed one each.

The Kings kept the Flags' goalie busy throughout the game, and Brandon Johnson made 30 saves on 34 shots.

Dresden was led by Ross Krieger, who racked up one goal and two assists. Krieger scored on the power play 3:59 into the second period to make the score 3-1 Mooretown. The Kings had taken the advantage when Mooretown's Sam McCormack got sent off for interference. Will Tetzlaff provided the assist. Dresden also got points from John Montgomery, who also had one goal and one assist and Derek Daly, who also registered one goal and one assist. Dresden also got a goal from Kevin Ritzer as well. Other players who recorded assists for Dresden were Dillon Liberty, who had one and Jim McKinlay, who had two.

The Flags incurred 20 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Scott Tricker made 18 saves for Dresden on 23 shots. The Kings incurred 14 minutes in penalty time with seven minors.