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Goaltender: Mark Ennis (W)
The Stickmen went into Wed night's game against the Hitmen riding a 3 game winning streak, and kept the ball rolling.
Chris Beatty, Alex Harris, Raja Saroya and Scott Ferguson all picked up 2pts each in a 5-2win, bringing the Stickmen above .500 for the first time since the start of the season.
Next game is on Saturday against the Hornets, as the Stick look to make it 5 wins!
Raja Saryoa picked up MVP.
The Stick pulled off another win for their 3rd in a row to pull them to the .500 mark since early October!
Chris Beatty got the ball rolling with his 8th of the season, follow what would prove to the the game winner by Tony Dendes. Scott Ferguson and Rob Murphy picked up 2 assists each.
MVP went to Nate Thomas for his Blue Collar effort all over the ice!
Next game is Wed VS our 'sister' team The Hitwomen.
After allowing the first goal of the game, on the first shift of the game, on the first shot of the game; the Stickmen rallied back in a big way scoring 7 unanswered goals.
It was 'Rob' night as last minute spare Rob Larsen picked up 3 goals and 1 assist, and Rob Murphy picked up 2 goals of his own. Raja Saroya picked up two goals himself, one of which was a dangling beauty. Randy Dawes picked up an NCHL version of a Gordie Howe hat-trick with a goal on the PP, an assist and a penalty.
Mennis the goalie picked up MVP for stopping 46 of 48 shots.
Next game is Friday vs the Doggies.
Stick finally pull off their first truly convincing win of the season rolling 7-2 over the Crushers. The game saw 7 different goal scorers including two first career regular season goals from Adrien Goddu and Brent Hanneson.
The loyal Stickmen fans were out in force last game, and showed their support for 'MO-vember' by sporting some stylin' fake 'staches!
Adrien Goddu picked up MVP.
Next game is Sat against the Hogs.
Stickmen drop their game 4-3 to Lucky Friday night.
Carl Douglas on loan from the Cocks played stellar in net and kept the game at 2-1 for a long time until Lucky potted 2 more to lead 4-1. Despite a late surge, the Stick came up short by 1 goal.
Stick will try again against the Crushers on Sunday night.
Rob Murphy Picked up MVP with a goal in the Loss.