Goulet, Michel PIT 4 6 1 7 19 4 16 38%
Hayward, Brian CHA 2 3 1.5 54 .947
Stastny, Peter CHI 4 8 3 11 6 3 21 38%
Barrasso, Tom SCS 3 7 2.27 66 .904

New Castle Ducks
WEEKLY PREVIEW: One home game this week and its a big one – as the Ducks host the Dallas Drakes as the battle for first place continues
GAME #1: DALLAS DRAKES VS. NEW CASTLE DUCKS NCD 6 DAL 3 – The Ducks have gone from one of the weakest offenses in the league to one of the best, following their mid season acquisitions of John Tonelli and Kent Nilsson. The offense was on display again in this one as NCD rallied from a 2-0 first period deficit. Tonelli put one in the net and Mark Johnson scored twice as the Ducks scored three unanswered goals to take a 3-2 lead early in the third. Dallas tied it on Joe Mullen’s second of the game and it was 3-3 with 11:04 left. Tonelli’s second of the game and 27th of the season gave NCD the lead once again, at 12:02. Denis Potvin and Kent Nilsson scored with under 2 minutes to go to make the final 6-3.

1- NCD Tonelli 2G
2- NCD Mark Johnson 2G (36 on the season)
3- NCD Kent Nilsson 1G 2 A 3 PTS

Nilsson also continued to excel on faceoffs, winning 17 of 24.

WEEKLY SUMMARY: The Ducks get a big win and maintain a very slim lead over Dallas in the division race.
Ohio Legends
WEEKLY PREVIEW: The Ohio Legends play four critical Adams Division games this week, two of them at home.

John Ogrodnick two goals for Michigan


Tim Kerr four goals for Ohio, as Bobby Smith scores game ender

WEEKLY SUMMARY: Ohio takes a pair of home wins to help stay in the Adams Division playoff race.
Mackinac Island Moose
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Big division play week on the Island as all 3 division opponents, Ohio, St. Clair Shores, and Michigan are in town.
GAME #1: OHIO LEGENDS VS. MACKINAC ISLAND MOOSE Moose own the first 30 minutes of this one thanks to numerous penalties on the Legends. 4 goals, 3 on the PP, from Zezel twice, Propp, and MacLean. And actually, the first Ohio goal occurs also during a Moose PP, from Sutter, a shortie. It’s 4-1 Moose after 2.

Moose open up the 3rd with 2 goals, even strength this time, from Seiling and Kurri. Ohio gets the last tally on a goal from Walter to make the final 6-2 Moose.

1st star – Zezel 2G 3pts
2nd – Kurri 1G 2pts
3rd – Propp 1G 2pts

GAME #2: SAINT CLAIR SHORES SAINTS VS. MACKINAC ISLAND MOOSE Good tennis match to begin. Maruk scores, Galley answers. Marois scores, Federko answers. It’s 2-2 after 1.

2nd period sees the Saints control play, as the 14-6 SOG advantage shows. But the scoreboard says otherwise, and the Moose get the only score on a goal by Gilbert. It’s 3-2 Moose.

3rd period sees the Saints on offense more, but it’s the Moose with the first score. Maruk on a powerplay puts the Moose up 2. The Saints cut the lead to 1 on a goal by Murray, and we have 15 minutes to go. Moose hold it off until the Saints pull their goalie, and the usual barrage of shots and rebounds begins. It pays off with the tying goal with only 16 seconds to go. We are off to overtime.

Overtime sees both sides with chances, but the one that ends the game is a shot by Wilson to send the home crowd home sad, sad. Except for that group with all the empty beer cups.

Saints 5, Moose 4, OT

1st star – Federko 1G 4pts
2nd – Murray 2G
3rd – Maruk 2G

GAME #3: MICHIGAN STAGS VS. MACKINAC ISLAND MOOSE Through the first 42 minutes, another ping pong match. Moose score with Propp, then a penalty by a Moose, and the Stags respond first Beers. Then Propp scores to end the 1st.

A Moose penalty early in the 2nd and Ponsson scores on the PP to even it at 2. Finally a penalty by the Stags, and a PP goal by Quinn. It’s 3-2

Stags even the game at 3 early in the 3rd with a goal by Turgeon. After that it’s all penalties and goals as the Moose get PP goals by MacLean and Quinn, a shortie by Gilbert, and on a late penalty, one more PP goal from MacLean. In all 6 PP goals, one shortie, and only 3 EV goals. The Moose win 7-3.

1st star – MacLean 2G 4pts
2nd – Propp 2G
3rd – Zezel 1G 3pts

WEEKLY SUMMARY: 2 solid wins sandwiched around a close loss, caused by 2 tactical mistakes by the head coach who forgot to stay patient and then got burned. I thought Saints were supposed to be nice, but these from St. Claire are a pain.
Michigan Stags
WEEKLY PREVIEW: One game on the home slate this week with local rival St. Clair Shores
GAME #1: SAINT CLAIR SHORES SAINTS VS. MICHIGAN STAGS Federko in the first and Benning in the second vaulted the Saints into a 2-0 lead. But the Stags battled back to even the score after 40 minutes thanks to Shedden and Ogrodnick. Alas, Tom McCarthy put St. Clair Shores back into the lead at 4:19 of the third, and Rick Tocchet added an empty-netter to make it a 4-2 final.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Michigan, in the Adams Division basement, continues to play out the string.
Saint Clair Shores Saints
WEEKLY PREVIEW: The Saints host Ohio and Michigan this week.
GAME #1: OHIO LEGENDS VS. SAINT CLAIR SHORES SAINTS The Saints score first on a McCarthy goal. Kerr scores his 48th for the Legends to tie it up. The scoring in the 1st was closed out with a Bridgman goal.

The Saints score the remaining goals on Craven and Wilson’s goals.

SCS 4 Ohio 1

1- Barrasso

GAME #2: MICHIGAN STAGS VS. SAINT CLAIR SHORES SAINTS There were three goals scored in the first period. Jonsson scored his 3rd goal. The Saints get two goals from Bridgman. No goals were scored in the 2nd.

In the 3rd, Ogrodnick scores for Michigan to tie it. We go to OT!

At 2:25, Bozek scores his 12th and the Saints pull out the OT victory.

WEEKLY SUMMARY: The Saints get four points with wins over Ohio and Michigan.
Hyannisport Presidents
WEEKLY PREVIEW: The reeling Presidents have lost 5 straight and are in the midst of a 1-12-1 Hindenberg-level crash.
GAME #1: NEW CASTLE DUCKS VS. HYANNISPORT PRESIDENTS Former Hyannisport captain John Tonelli and New Castle come to town. The Presidents lead 2-1 after the first but the Ducks take over from there as John Vaniesbrouck stops 31 shots for New Castle. FINAL SCORE NCD 4 – HYP 2
GAME #2: DALLAS DRAKES VS. HYANNISPORT PRESIDENTS The Drakes jump out 2-0 early and Roberto Romano takes care of the rest stopping 29 President’s shots. FINAL SCORE DAL 4 – HYP 1
GAME #3 – VISITING TEAM: Chicago Underground
GAME #3: CHICAGO UNDERGROUND VS. HYANNISPORT PRESIDENTS A desperate President’s squad comes out hard looking to snap a 7 game-losing streak. They strafe Chicago goalie Bob Froese for 4 first-period goals but the Underground turned to Pelle Lindbergh and claw back from a 4-1 first-period deficit to force OT. In OT Peter Statsny completes his hat trick in a crushing defeat for the Prez. FINAL SCORE CHI 6 – HYP 5 (OT)
WEEKLY SUMMARY: The season can’t end fast enough for the Presidents as they are now embroiled in a 1-15-1 tailspin.
Kamsack Cyclones
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Only 1 home game this block against Charlotte

Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 2:14 EV CHD Poulin (20), assisted by Simmer (16)
1 5:08 EV CHD Fraser (15), assisted by Fergus (13)
1 9:24 PP CHD Anderson (31), assisted by Samuelsson (3) and Poulin (33)
2 11:48 EV KAM Sutter (4), assisted by Lundholm (8)
3 19:11 EN CHD Hawerchuk (36), assisted by Boschman (31) and Moller (19)

WEEKLY SUMMARY: Charlotte scores 3 in the first and coasts to the victory
Star 1: CHD Poulin 1 G, 2 Pts
Star 2: CHD Fraser 1 G
Star 3: CHD Anderson 1 GGWG: Curt Fraser
CapJack Rangers
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Division play continues and we host Kamsack and Pittsburgh (and go on the road vs Pittsburgh and Charlotte). A lot can happen this week! And it’s not necessarily good…..
GAME #1: KAMSACK CYCLONES VS. CAPJACK RANGERS 54 minutes of penalties and only 5 Power Plays – lots of rough stuff. 4 FIGHTS! In the 1st, league leaders in Penalty minutes Blum squares off against Wilson and the Cyclones Wilson gets the best of it. Then as the 1st period is ending Gartner gets leveled and shortly thereafter he punches Donnelly! Gloves off and the referees check their scoring cards and call it a draw. 2nd period we get a scuffle between Boutilier and Campbell – and Boutilier lands a haymaker and he gets the win. So after 3 fights it all tied 1-1-1! But there will be one in the 3rd! Hoffmeyer (KAM) and Crowder square off and the refs intervene quickly and they call it a draw – in the fighting department there was NO WINNING TEAM!

By the way – there was a hockey game. Rangers jump out in front 2-0 on early 1st-period goals from Wickenheiser and Pettersson (PP), but Kamsack gets 1 back with 3 to go when Gartner lights the lamp.

Then the Rangers do it again with 2 early goals in the 2nd – Robinson (PP) at 1:45 and then McNab a minute later. 4-1 Rangers but again, the Cyclones score to cut the lead to 4-2 when Malone scores. But the period belongs to the Rangers as Donnelly and Beck add goals before the intermission and the Rangers take the big 6-2 lead into the 2nd intermission!

The rangers looking like winners today as they play defense in the 3rd – and it works well (for a while). But the Cyclones get revved up and are swirling all over the ice and Russell goes off for holding, Marsh scores his 1st goal of the season (PP) and it’s 6-3 with just over 5 to go. Still feels good to the home crowd, especially since the Rangers are holding off the heavy Kamsack pressure (20 SOGs to 2 in the 3rd). Then the bubble bursts. Cyclones play 6 attackers in the final minute + and with 18 seconds to go, Sutter scores to make it 6-4. 18 seconds, 2-goal lead, we’re OK – then Stastny scores! 7 seconds to go. six, five, four, three, two, …. one. HORN SOUNDS – it’s over and it’s a 6-5 win for the Rangers. As they say in WORDLE land – phew!! 11 different goal scores in this one. And everything but SOGs was pretty much dead even.

1. CAP – Pettersson 1 goal, 2 assists
2. KAM – Stastny 1 goal, 2 assists
3. CAP – McNab 1 goal, 1 assist

GAME #2: PITTSBURGH SPIRIT VS. CAPJACK RANGERS In the home version of the Pittsburgh series this week, the Rangers want to put some distance on the hard-charging Spirit! The Spirit on the other hand wants to maul the Rangers. 48 penalty minutes – 1 fight and 7 power plays (only 1 converted). Pittsburgh’s Derlago and CapJacks Donnelly each got 3 2 minute minors as part of the fracas. Nyland (PIT) and Blum (CAP) fight – Blum wins this one!

So – again, back to hockey and Pittsburgh takes a 2-0 lead into the locker room after the 1st. 6 to go, Mantha (former Ranger) scores, and then a minute later Payne scores when his slap shot cleanly beat wicks.

Rangers get 1 back in the 2nd when Crowder makes a Derlago penalty hurt as he scores a PP goal. but 4 minutes later Goulet scores on a rocket slapper for the Spirit to regain the 2-goal lead. Hruday has been sharp stopping 17 of 18 shots through 2 periods.

Midway in the 3rd however, Kromm beats him and it’s 3-2 Pittsburgh with 10 to go. Still 3-2 into the final minute. Weeks heads to the bench and CapJack goes all out, but Hrudy and the defense keep shutting the door. Seconds ticking away. 7 seconds to go. six, five, four, three, – last-ditch shot by Wickenheiser – OH HE SCORES!! That ties it up and we are going to OT!

In OT, both teams give it a shot – great shots – but Hrudy and Weeks are up to the task and the game ends 3-3 and each team gets a point.

1. CAP – Wickenheiser 1 goal (with 3 seconds left to tie it)
2. PIT – Payne 1 goal
3. PIT – Goutlet 1 goal

WEEKLY SUMMARY: The Rangers manage 3 points in 2 games, not bad. We have to take it.
Texas Brahmas
WEEKLY PREVIEW: One game in Fort Worth this week as the bottom two teams in the Smythe battle it out.
GAME #1: PORTLAND SASQUATCH VS. TEXAS BRAHMAS Carbonneau gets Portland up halfway through the first on the PP, quickly answered by Sandstrom 18 seconds later. Hamel and Tanti finish off the first for Portland and they take a 3-1 lead into intermission. Andreychuk gets the only goal in the 3rd and Texas cuts the deficit to 1, 3-2. Olczyk quickly restores the 2-goal lead 1:55 into the 3rd, but then Texas finds its offense. LaFontaine scores twice within 2 minutes and we are tied at 4. Taylor gets the go-ahead goal for Texas at 18:25 and Tucker gets empty net insurance at 18:53 for a 6-4 Texas win.

3 Stars (all TEX)

1. LaFontaine – 2G, 1A
2. Andreychuk – 1G, 2A
3. Sandstrom – 1G, 1A

WEEKLY SUMMARY: Texas temporarily moves within a point of second place in the Smythe, still trailing 1st place Charlestown by, um, a lot.
Pittsburgh Spirit
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Three division home games this week!
GAME #1: CAPJACK RANGERS VS. PITTSBURGH SPIRIT 1st place CapJack comes to town to face the surging Spirit.

We have a literal “back and forth” scoring fest here. Each team scores, then the other team scores, then back and forth until CapJack ties it with the goalie pulled at 19:29 of the 3rd… 5-5!!

Head to OT and Rogers sends the crowd home happy as the Spirit wins in OT 6-5!!

Larmer with a 5-point game (1g, 4a).

GAME #2: CHARLOTTE DYNAMO VS. PITTSBURGH SPIRIT Charlotte travels to Stan Terlecki Arena.

Spirit up late in the 3rd 4-1 when at 18:24 Gillis (6) makes it 4-2.

At 19:04 O’Connell (9) gives the spirit back a 3-goal lead. All good right? Nope…

Gillis (7) scores again to make it 5-4 with 35 seconds left!

and THEN Hawerchuk (36) scores 15 seconds later with 20 seconds to go to make it 5-4!!!

Finally, some defense stops the Dynamo from tying it!! Whew!! Spirit hold on (barely!) with a 5-4 win!!

GAME #3: KAMSACK CYCLONES VS. PITTSBURGH SPIRIT Kamsack comes out firing and takes a quick 2-0 lead with goals at 3:30 and 3:54 by Gartner (36) and Malone (5) respectively.

O’Connell (10) who is on fire lately cuts the lead in half… 2-1.

Gradin (13) scores in the 2nd to make it 3-1, Cyclones.

Goulet (46) scores on the PP toward the end of the 2nd to make it 3-2!

In the 3rd the Spirit fire 19 shots on Peeters, of which he saves 17… meaning the Spirit skates to a 4-3 win!

WEEKLY SUMMARY: Three home games, three wins, and six huge points!! The Spirit is feeling it lately… all I can say is “It’s about damn time…”
Andes Mountaineers
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Busy week for the Mountaineers as they host the whole division this week. Currently, sitting in 2nd place so these are some important games.
GAME #1: PORTLAND SASQUATCH VS. ANDES MOUNTAINEERS The Mountaineers start this 3-game home stand with a loud, flat, dud. The visiting Squatch jumps out to a 2-goal lead after the first 20 and will tack on a third one as they end up shutting up the home squad.

1st – Lemelin
2nd – Tanti
3rd – Ciccarelli

GAME #2: TEXAS BRAHMAS VS. ANDES MOUNTAINEERS The fans are in loud voices at the start of this game and are yelling their displeasure at the home boys for their previous games’ lack of effort. Texas looks to continue the misery of the previous game but this time the Mountaineers regain their backbone. They tie the game 2 – 2 and find a way to actually win a game in OT as Smyl gets his 25th on the season for the win.

1st – Smyl
2nd – Bodger
3rd – Sauve

GAME #3: CHARLESTOWN CHIEFS VS. ANDES MOUNTAINEERS Our final game of the week is against top team Charlestown. The Mountaineers stay even with the Chiefs for a period and a half before the quality of the visitors starts to show itself. The Chiefs will win comfortably 4 – 1.

1st – Nichols
2nd – Hayward
3rd – MacInnis

WEEKLY SUMMARY: In an important week where the Mountaineers host all 3 divisional opponents the home squad only manages to win 1 of the 3.
Chicago Underground
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Big doings in Chicago as all 3 division rivals come to town. Let’s shake it up.
GAME #1: HYANNISPORT PRESIDENTS VS. CHICAGO UNDERGROUND Scoreless for the first 12 minutes, and then the snowball gets pushed off the top of the hill and the mayhem picks up pace. Creighton first for Hyannisport. 5 minutes later Savard on the powerplay evens it at 1. Intermission.

Mullen in the first minute of the 2nd. And then Babych 10 minutes later, to make it 3-1 visitors. Chicago scores twice in a couple of minutes, Paterson and Stastny (remember that name), and we are tied 3-3 heading to the 3rd.

Bullard breaks the tie on the powerplay and the visitors are up 4-3. Chicago with a quick response just seconds later from Bossy. Followed 3 minutes later by Stastny, and now it’s Chicago 5-4. About 12 minutes of calm, and then Stastny adds an insurance goal with under 2 minutes to go. Visitors pull the goalie and it pays off in spades, as Mullen scores and somehow Turnbull just 6 seconds later, and all are tied at 6 now. 48 seconds to go. No more scores, and off to overtime.

Visitors carry their momentum into OT and score just 2 minutes with Persson the GWG. 7-6.

1st star – Stastny 3G 5pts Hat Trick
2nd – Mullen 2G 3pts
3rd – Babych 1G 3pts

GAME #2: DALLAS DRAKES VS. CHICAGO UNDERGROUND Chicago, and by that I mean Lindberg, owns this one through 2 periods into the early 3rd. Dallas can’t get one in, while Chicago gets goals from Stastny, Turcotte, Dushesne, and Bossy to go up 4-0 with just over 15 minutes to go.

Dallas gets a single goal from Carson, and then Lindberg shuts the doors to make the 4-1 score stand. Lots of penalties with Dallas 0-7 on PP, while Chicago was only 1-8.

1st star – Bossy 1G 2pts
2nd – Lindberg 27 saves
3rd – Duchesne 1G

GAME #3: NEW CASTLE DUCKS VS. CHICAGO UNDERGROUND Early penalties by the Ducks were very costly as Chicago goes 2-2 with goals from Paterson and …… guess who? … yes ….. Stastny (big homestand for him). Ruskowski and Sutter with an entertaining fight. The period ends 2-0.

The Ducks bounced back with goals from Nilsson early and Smith late. In between Chicago spends a good bit of time killing 3 minors. A Maloney penalty late lets Chicago grab the lead back on the goal from Paterson. It’s 3-2 heading to the 3rd.

The Ducks are their own worst enemy in the 3rd, racking up 4 minors. Luckily they can kill all 4 off, but Chicago keeps their noses clean, and the zero on the scoreboard for goals allowed in the 3rd, and escape with a tense 3-2 win over another team just a little bit ahead of them.

1st star – Paterson 2G
2nd – Stastny 1G
3rd – Mondou 2A

WEEKLY SUMMARY: 2 gritty wins over the teams ahead of Chicago tighten the race just a bit. Good homestand from Stastny and 2 good games from Lindberg, although that first one was a real stinker.
Dallas Drakes
WEEKLY PREVIEW: The Ducks come quacking in
GAME #1: NEW CASTLE DUCKS VS. DALLAS DRAKES Normally tense and tight games accompany these teams, but not so this time, John Anderson and Mark Johnson trade goals, and at the end of 1 the score is tied but in the second period the Drakes take over, Neal Broten and Peter Ihnacak score for the Drakes in the second and in the third Greg Paslawski and Joe Mullen extend the lead to 5-1. Mark Johnson and Pat Hickey both score for the Ducks but Lindsay Carson drops an empty netter in to finish the score at 6-3.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: 1 game at home and 1 win
Charlestown Chiefs
1984-85 Texas 18-36-6 2 1 0 3
1984-85 Charlestown 36-20-5 4 2 0 6Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 7:47 EV TEX Andreychuk (20), assisted by Sandstrom (14) and Svoboda (15)
1 8:52 EV CHA Dineen (10), assisted by Nicholls (51) and Coffey (61)
1 10:00 EV CHA Young (24), assisted by Coffey (62) and Lemieux (39)
1 11:11 PP CHA Lemieux (30), assisted by Krushelnyski (33) and Nicholls (52)
1 13:12 EV TEX Dave Hunter (5), assisted by McClelland (6)
1 15:01 PP CHA Tremblay (21), assisted by Chelios (45) and Young (14)
2 3:47 EV TEX Sandstrom (9), assisted by Kurvers (25)
2 11:00 EV CHA Young (25), assisted by Tremblay (27) and Lemieux (40)
2 17:18 EV CHA Coffey (24), unassisted
Charlotte Dynamo
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Nothing is ever easy in the MWOTHL and there is little margin of error for the second-place team in the Patrick, the Charlotte Dynamo, as it entered the latest week of play.

The Dynamo’s home games this week were crucial division matchups, against a first-place CapJack squad seeking to defend its division title, and also a critical matchup against Kamsack scratching and clawing for the fourth playoff spot in the East. The Dynamo can ill afford to slip back: Pittsburgh entered the week just two points behind, and Kamsack was also not too far back (just seven points trailing the Dynamo). Should Pittsburgh and Kamsack supplant Charlotte it would knock the Dynamo, which is enjoying a promising season to date, smack out of the playoffs?

GAME #1: KAMSACK CYCLONES VS. CHARLOTTE DYNAMO Early in this one, Kamsack proved it was a legitimate contender as it blitzed the host Dynamo and its goalie Warren Skorodenski. Mike Gartner opened the scoring for the Cyclones 5:02 into the game and just 3:40 later, Paul Reinhart capitalized on the power play for Kamsack to go ahead 2-0. Then with 7:15 left in the opening period, Thomas Gradin’s unassisted even-strength goal lifted the Cyclones to a 3-0 lead.

Facing a moment-of-truth point in the season, Charlotte rallied. Less than two minutes after Gradin’s goal, Charlotte defenseman Joel Quenneville put the Dynamo on the board with a power play goal, then a Curt Fraser goal for Charlotte 15:34 into a furious opening period narrowed the deficit to 3-2.

The rest of the way, Charlotte responded with four more unanswered goals from four other players, Anders Hedberg, Dale Hawerchuk, Tom Fergus, and Louis Sleigher (the last one was an empty netter with 29 seconds to play), and in a gut check, the Dynamo prevailed 6-3. Hawerchuk’s goal the game-winner came 14:09 into the second period and Fergus added an insurance goal with 1:12 left in the second period that put the Dynamo ahead 5-3.

GAME #2: CAPJACK RANGERS VS. CHARLOTTE DYNAMO Charlotte hosted a CapJack squad that has struggled in head-to-head play when the Dynamo’s Warren Skorodenski is in the nets. And Skorodenski was firmly entrenched in goal in this one. But in this contest it seemed at least at the outset like the Dynamo had proven it went to the well once too often:
Cap Jack blindsided Skorodenski early with goals from forwards Alan Haworth, Jorgen Pettersson, and Richard Kromm (each had at least 15 goals entering the week). Kromm’s goal just 13:57 into the game propelled the Rangers to a 3-0 lead. Charlotte salvaged a ray of hope with one second left in the opening period when Dynamo right winger Anders Hedberg cashed in on a power play goal.The game remained 3-1 in favor of Cap Jack until 16:55 into the second period when the Rangers’ Dave Barr recorded an even-strength goal off an assist from Scott Arniel. The Dynamo, down three, attempted to rally on third-period goals from Fraser and Rick Vaive (the latter came with 6:34 in regulation) but it was too little too late as Cap Jack won yet another one-goal game in this series, 4-3.The Dynamo actually outshot their visitors 33-11 but Skorodenski (just seven saves while letting in four) had a rare atrocious evening, especially early. The Rangers turned the tables with a dynamic outing in the nets from little-used Michel Dion (30 saves for the win, including 11 in the third period to thwart the Dynamo comeback bid). Pettersson, Kromm, and Barr, each with one goal for CapJack were the first, second, and third stars respectively.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: The Dynamo have a mixed week at home: it defeats Kamsack to solidify its playoff positioning yet loses another game among many to nemesis CapJack in a loss that likely hurts Charlotte’s chances to catch up and contend for a division title.
Portland Sasquatch
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Games against Charlestown and Andes
GAME #1: 


Charlestown wins 4-2 on goals from Kisio (5), Nicholls (31/32), and Young (24)
GAME #2: 


Portland wins 4-3
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Portland goes 1-1