Game 9
 

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October 29th, 2021              

Game #9

8:15pm
TGH Ice Plex - Tampa 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Riverview Ice Sharks 1 1       1   1          4
Jesuit Tigers 0     1 1 1   1     1 1 1 1 8

Period Length

15:00 15:00 15:00  

 

The Riverview Ice Sharks and Jesuit Tigers would be facing off in tonight's match-up at TGH Ice Plex. The two squads would trade chances over the course of the first period. The shots over the first fifteen minutes were fairly even, with the Tigers holding a slight 7-6 edge. It was the Ice Sharks sixth and final shot of the period that was the most important, as it was the only one of the period that managed to find the back of the net, and it came with less than a minute remaining. The 1-0 lead would stand heading into the first intermission.

For the first six minutes of the second period, things were slow with the two sides trading chances once again. Riverview would score with just over nine minutes remaining in the period, making it a 2-0 game. That is when things changed drastically in the game. The Jesuit Tigers would score twice in the next 48 seconds to score the game at 2-2, with the second goal coming off of an unfortunate deflection off of a Riverview players stick. With just over six minutes to go in the second, Jesuit would once again find the back of the net, this time as the puck found its way through a screen in front of the Ice Sharks goal, giving them their first lead at 3-2. Just 20 seconds later Riverview would answer back, making it a 3-3 game, with 5 goals coming in just three minutes! That wasn't it for the scoring, either, as the Tigers would retake the lead with a shot into the upper right corner of the net with three and a half minutes to go in the period. Riverview would get the rest of the shots on goal for the remainder of the second, but they weren't able to find the back of the net on any of them. The two teams would head into the final intermission with the Ice Sharks down by a 4-3 score.

The Ice Sharks got on the board first in the third period, scoring just 54 seconds in to make it a 4-4 game. I'm not sure what happened to the Riverview team at this point, but the wheels fell off the wagon for them at this point. The Tigers would dominate the rest of the game, and would retake the lead at the ten minute mark. They would add on to their lead with three more goals in two minutes, starting with one at a little over five minutes to play, and the last coming with three and a half to go. What was once a promising contest tied at 4 goals apiece quickly turned into a Jesuit blowout, and 8-4 victory.

 


Riverview Ice Sharks Varsity Game #9 - vs. Jesuit Tigers


Drew and his Riverview Ice Sharks teammates gathered at the net prior to the opening faceoff.

Drew and the rest of the players on the ice heading towards the puck.

Drew coming to a stop in front of the Jesuit goal, looking for the puck.

Drew trying to knock a rebound in for a score.

Drew racing towards the puck.

Drew playing the puck along the end boards.

Drew looking on after moving the puck down the ice.

Drew looking to gain control of the puck for his team after a faceoff.

Drew knocking the puck off of a Tigers skater's stick.

Drew skating down the ice.

Drew circling behind the net looking to get the puck in front of the net.



 

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