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Miss the game?  Not a problem.  Read the UHL Round Up to get all the highlights as witnessed by UHL Sports Writer Kevin Conway

Kevin Conway

UHL ROUNDUP – 6/23/24 Week 6 (Regular Season)

 

Team X 5, Phantoms 2

Dylan Davis and Max Curran both netted a goal and set up a pair of others while Kevin Saiafia scored twice in the third period, including a late shorthanded open-netter, as Team X outdistanced the Phantoms. Tom Clancy also posted a goal and assist for the winners while goaltender Dan McCauliff turned aside 18 of 20 shots. Forwards Dean Butler and Brody Myers accounted for the Phantoms goals while alternate goalie Luke Bettencourt kept them in the game throughout with 30 saves.

 

Ghosts 4, Tech 2

Ethan Murphy scored the eventual game-winning goal early in the third for his second of the day while team-leading scorer J.J. Funaro recorded a goal and assist as the Ghosts doubled up Tech. Westford starting goaltender Kieran Humphries stopped all 13 shots he faced, allowing the Ghosts to jump out to a three-goal advantage. Tech later cut its deficit in half with a pair of power-play goals off the sticks of forwards Zach Dibona and Brian Bardsley.

 

Admirals 7, Crusaders 5

Braydon Atwood’s goal midway through the third period completed a hat trick while at the same time snapping a 5-5 tie as the West Division-leading Admirals outlasted the Crusaders. Atwood netted the first two goals of the day for Alvirne-Milford before setting up the next two on his way to a five-point effort while Brandon Callahan posted three assists in the win. Owen Eastman factored in all five Crusaders goals, netting one and setting up the other four from Owen Enos and Rob Flynn, who scored two apiece to remain tied as the team leaders with 10 points.

 

Lions 11, Huskies 0

Chelmsford goalie Cooper Campo turned in a stellar 29-save shutout performance in his first game of the season while forward Jake Landry posted a hat trick to lead the Lions to a rout of the Huskies. Forward Memphis Bellville waited until the final 15 minutes to enter the scoring column, however, then netted a goal and set up three others to register four points in Chelmsford’s five-goal third period. Declan Crowley and Nick LaFreniere also scored a pair for the Lions in their highest output of the summer so far, keeping the Huskies winless in the East Division.

 

Patriots 8, Middies 4

The Patriots added to their three-goal first-period lead with four more tallies in the second, powered by Matthew Marshall’s hat trick and two goals from Braden Amidon, as North Middlesex remaining undefeated atop the East Division. Marshall also set up a pair of goals for the winners to record a five-point outing while goalie Jack Murphy turned aside 18 of 22 shots. Dylan Preston netted half the Middies goals with a pair while Charlie Wilkie added a power-play tally in the loss.

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