Rewind |  Recap of last night’s seven USHL games

Rewind | Recap of last night’s seven USHL games

General | 2/11/2024 12:29:07 PM

USHL Saturday Rewind | February 10, 2024

Lincoln 3, Des Moines 2
BoxScore

Ryan Spinale His fourth goal of the season broke a 2-2 tie and gave Lincoln a 3-2 victory in Des Moines on Saturday.

The host Buccaneers took an early lead when Liam Watkins scored at the 0:23 mark of the opening frame. The goal gives Watkins a goal in each of his last three games.

A pair of goals, one of Justin Mexico at 1:50 and another from Keaton Peters at 6:02, made it Lincoln 2, Des Moines 1 after two periods of play.

Adam ZlnkaHis eighth power play goal of the year at 15:30 of the third tied it, but Spinale scored on the power play at 18:23 to put the Stars up for the final time.

Lucas Massie stopped 25 of 27 shots for Lincoln, while Ethan Dahlmeir had 27 receptions for the Bucs.

Tri-City 6, Omaha 3
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Tri-City outscored Omaha 46-17 en route to a 6-3 win at home on Saturday.

Will Elger scored midway through the first period as the Lancers took a 1-0 lead, but Jake Rozzi AND Vladislav Lukashevich answered for the Storm, and after 20 minutes of action, Tri-City held a one-goal lead.

Lukashevich’s second goal of the match and another from AJ Lacroix made it a 4-1 Storm lead after two periods of play.

Rozzi, with his second of the game and Artemy Nizameev added third period markers, while Nick Pierre scored twice for Omaha.

Tri-City, which has now won three of its last four games, got a 14-save effort Cameron Korpiwho increased his record to 19-8-1-4 with the win.

Sioux City 6, Sioux Falls 1
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In a game played in front of a record crowd of 11,025 fans, Sioux City skated away with a 6-1 road win in Sioux Falls as the Stampede hosted their annual “Wiener Dog Night” game.

The away Musketeers received a two goals from Brian Nicholas and another from Tate Prichard before the game was 10 minutes to put the Stampede on their heels. Beckett Hendrickson got Sioux Falls on the board with two minutes left, but at the end of the first, Sioux City held a 3-1 lead.

The Musketeers extended their lead when Landen Gunderson, Cole Tuminaro AND Giacomo Martino lit the lamp in the middle stanza and with neither team able to get any offense going in the third, the game ended with Sioux City winning 6-1.

Dylan Silversteinwho stopped 32 of the 33 shots he faced, picked up the win for the Musketeers.

Regarding 17th Annual Sioux Nation Pet Clinic Dog Race, a record total of 47 wild dogs caught the ice. Coming out on top, Indie, Letty, Lambo and Cooper all made it to the Wiener Takes All championship round during the second interval. A back-to-back winner of the Wiener Dog Race champion title was Letty, who also took home the trophy last season.

Muskegon 5, Youngstown 3
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Muskegon scored first and never trailed in a 5-3 home win over Youngstown. The win is the fourth in a row for the Lumberjacks, who have gone 7-3-0-0 in their last 10 outings.

David Klee are counted at the 13:35 mark for the first goal of the match. Grant Young answered for the Phantoms two and a half minutes later, but when Sacha Boisvert scored with five minutes remaining, Muskegon headed into the locker room with a one-goal lead.

Daniel Jencko tied it at 8:03 of the second, but when Gridin food street scored 20th goal of the season at 10:52, the Lumberjacks went ahead again.

Ryan Botterill brought Youngstown even at 1:44 of the third with his 16th of the year, but Muskegon pulled away with goals from Klee and Boisvert to close out the victory. Boisvert has scored eight goals in the last six games.

Shikhabutdin Gadzhiev turned aside 39 of 42 shots to lead the Lumberjacks to victory.

Green Bay 4, Madison 1
BoxScore

Julian Lutz scored twice as Green Bay won 4-1 at Madison Saturday.

Green Bay scored the first three goals of the game to improve their record to 23-10-4-2 for the season.

Lutz got things started, scoring at 5:36 to give the Gamblers their first goal of the game. Ben Poitras made it 2-0 at 11:13 and after the opening period, Green Bay held a 2-0 lead.

Mykhailo Danylov made it 3-0 at 0:53 of the second before Austin Burnevik replied to Capitols at 1:48 p.m. The target is 26th of the season for Burnevik and set a Madison single-season record.

Lutz sealed the victory when he scored on an empty net at 18:57 of the third.

Adam Gazan stopped 26 of 27 shots in his 17 catchesth season win for Green Bay.

Dubuque 6, Waterloo 1
BoxScore

Dubuque won for the fourth time in its last six games by claiming a 6-1 home victory over Waterloo on Saturday.

Erik Pahlsson scored the only goal of the opening period as the Fighting Saints scored their first goal of the game for the 26th timeth time this year.

Joona Vaisanen gave Dubuque a 2-0 lead at 1:25 of the previous second Will Felicio pulled the Black Hawks within one at 13:19. Michael Barron AND Chase LaPinta scored before the end of the period and after two periods of play, the Fighting Saints led 4-1.

Noah Powell and Barron scored third-period markers as Dubuque closed out the 6-1 victory.

Kevin Reidlerwho is now 17-5-2-2 on the year, had 16 saves for the Fighting Saints.

Cedar Rapids 5, Chicago 2
BoxScore

Cedar Rapids scored first and never trailed in a 5-2 win over Chicago on Saturday.

The win gives the RoughRiders head coach Mark Carlson 781 career wins and puts him just two shy of tying the all-time USHL coaching wins record of 783 held by PK O’Handley (North Iowa Huskies from 1991-98 and Waterloo Black Hawks from 2002-2021).

Landan Resendes gave Cedar Rapids a 1-0 lead when he scored before the game was two minutes old. or Charlie Major shorthand at 7:58 also brought in the visiting Steele, but Hans-Martin Ulvebne’s The power-play score at 12:57 had the RoughRiders going into the locker room late in the first with a 2-1 lead.

Benjamin Muthersbaughfor Cedar Rapids and Major for Chicago found the back of the net in the second stanza and goals from Ulvebne and Cason Muscutt in the third quarter pushed Cedar Rapids to a 5-2 lead and thus ended the game.

Upcoming games
Friday, February 16
Waterloo at Des Moines – 7pm CST
Tri-City at Chicago – 7:05 PM CST
Cedar Rapids at Dubuque – 7:05 PM CST
Omaha at Fargo – 7:05 PM CST
Sioux City at Lincoln – 7:05 PM CST
Youngstown at Madison – 7:05 PM CST
Green Bay at Sioux Falls – 7:05 PM CST

Saturday, February 17
Dubuque at Des Moines – 6:00 pm CST
Omaha at Fargo – 6:05pm CST
Lincoln at Sioux City – 6:05pm CST
Green Bay at Sioux Falls – 6:05pm CST
USA Hockey NTDP at Muskegon – 7:10 PM EST
Waterloo at Cedar Rapids – 7:05 PM CST
Tri-City at Chicago – 7:05 PM CST
Youngstown at Madison – 7:05 PM CST

Sunday, February 18
Cedar Rapids at Des Moines, 3:00 pm CST
Muskegon at USA Hockey NTDP, 4:00pm EST
Youngstown at Waterloo, 3:05pm CST
Madison at Chicago, 3:05pm CST
Dubuque at Lincoln, 5:05pm CST

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