Game 9
 

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June 11th, 2021              

Game #9

8:45pm
TGH Ice Plex - Tampa 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Riverview Ice Sharks Blue 1 0 1 1 3
Newsome Wolves Rangerz 0 1 0 1

Period Length

12:00 12:00 12:00  

 

Even though the Riverview Ice Sharks held the lead going into the first intermission, they really shouldn't have based on how things went early in the game. Newsome got the first four shots on net, and dominated the puck for the majority of the opening twelve minutes. It was the Ice Sharks that got on the board first, despite it all. Their first shot came from just inside their blue line, and they made good on it, as the puck nestled in the back of the net for a 1-0 lead with just over three minutes elapsed. The Newsome squad would continue to control the action, and would go on to outshoot the Riverview team 11-4 over the course of the period, but some outstanding play from the Ice Sharks goaltender kept them off the board. Despite just having those four shots, it was the Ice Sharks would would carry the lead going into the second period.

The second period got off to a slow start, as the two teams combined for zero shots over the opening two minutes. Newsome took a too many men penalty at the 10:06 mark, and they would actually go on to tie the game thanks to a shorthanded effort that found the back of the net halfway through their penalty kill. That came on the first shot of the period! There were no more goals in the second, but not for lack of trying. Newsome once again outshot Riverview, this time by a 10-6 margin, with half of the Ice Sharks shots coming on the powerplay.

The third period opened with another onslaught of Newsome shots before Riverview finally began tilting the ice towards their end. After being outshot early 6-1, Riverview reeled off five shots in a row. At the 4:40 mark Newsome was called for a holding penalty, putting the Ice Sharks on the man advantage. Just 10 seconds in, the were able to convert to retake the lead by a 2-1 margin. With two minutes remaining, Riverview would be called for high sticking, and Newsome would pull their goaltender to gain a 6v4 advantage on the ice. Thankfully, the Riverview goaltender was once again up for the challenge, fending off several quality looks for the Newsome team. With less than 10 seconds remaining in the period, an Ice Sharks skater gained control of the puck on the penalty kill and fended off some Newsome challenges to skate down the ice and deposit the puck into the empty net for a 3-1 lead, which would hold for the final score as well. Way to go Ice Sharks!

 


Riverview Ice Sharks Blue Game #9 - vs. Newsome Wolves Rangerz


Drew was the first player on the ice tonight, and was waiting for his teammates to join him.

Drew knocking the puck away from an onrushing Newsome skater.

Drew taking the faceoff for his team.

Drew keeping an eye on the puck.

Drew skating towards the bench for a line change.

Drew taking another faceoff.

Drew moving towards the puck in his defensive zone.

Drew stepping up on a Newsome skater...

...and knocking the puck off his stick.

Drew reaching out to deflect a Newsome pass.

Drew in position for a rebound that never came.

Draw skating down the ice.

Drew moving towards a the puck that came from a stretch pass from a teammate.

Drew taking control of a pass.

Drew watching his shot sail wide of the net.



 

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