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PLAYOFFS GAME 5 in Wheatley
MONDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2014 OT LOSS 2 – 1
The Flyers dominated the Sharks Monday February 10 in Wheatley, but ended in a heart breaking overtime loss 2 – 1.
The Sharks scored early in the first period and the Flyers came back within 5 minutes to tie it up with a goal by Joe Archer assisted by Kole Keating.
The goalies for both teams were brick walls for the remaining regulation time. The Sharks were given 6 power play opportunities, including a 5 on 3 but were denied by the Flyers. The Flyers had only 3 power plays.
Brett Avery took the overtime loss making 36 saves of 38 shots he faced. The Flyers recorded 28 shots on the Sharks’ net.
PLAYOFFS GAME 4 in Wheatley
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2014 LOSS 9 – 1
Game 4 in Wheatley was a loss. Kole Keating was the only scorer for the Flyers assisted by Archer.
PLAYOFFS GAME 3 in Alvinston
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2014 WIN 5 – 4
Saturday afternoon the Flyers got the W for Game three holding on to get a 5 – 4 victory. The action was back and forth and it was a penalty filled game with the Flyers in the box for 46 minutes and the Sharks in the box for 37 minutes. The Sharks scored three of their four goals on power plays. The Flyers only scored on one power play opportunity. Lightfoot scored a pair for the Flyers. Singles went to Sam Vokes, Jake McPhail and Kettler. Joe Archer had 3 assists, Kettler and Warner had 2 each and a single was from Lightfoot. Avery got the win with 31 of 35 saves.
PLAYOFFS GAME 2 in Alvinston
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2014 LOSS 5 – 2
The score for Game 2 in Alvinston Friday night ended up a mirror image of game 1 in favour of the Sharks 5 – 2. The Sharks were ahead 3 – 0. The Flyers came back to close the gap 3 -2, only to have Wheatley get up to 4 – 2 with minutes left in the third. The Flyers went with an extra attacker that back fired as the Sharks scored on the empty net. Scoring for the Flyers were Joe Archer and Dylan Lightfoot. Assists went to Chad VanEyk, Jake McPhail, Tyler Kettler and Clint Rose. Avery made 26 saves on 30 shots in net.
PLAYOFFS …..GAME 1, IN WHEATLEY
MONDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2014 WIN 5 – 2
The Flyers attacked the Sharks for Game 1 of the Playoffs Monday February 3 in Wheatley and came out with a 5 – 2 win. The action was back and forth with the first period scoreless. Dan Warner scored early in the second assisted by Sam Vokes to get on the scoreboard. Chad Rainsberry scored a sweet, shorthanded and unassisted goal to make the score 2-0. Jake McPhail was assisted by Joe Archer and Kole Keating on a power play goal to get a 3 – 0 lead. The Sharks came back with 2 by the middle of the third to close the gap to 3 – 2. The Flyers went up to 4 – 2 when Vokes scored assisted by Warner with 3 minutes left in the game. The Sharks made it interesting when they went with an extra attacker when the Flyers were shorthanded, but Keating found the empty net to get the 5 – 2 WIN. Avery was in net making 28 saves.
END OF REGULAR 2014 SEASON
Saturday, February 1 Loss 5 – 3 vs Dresden
The last game of regular season was played in Alvinston Saturday February 1, 2014 just before the Celebration of the Flyers 25th Anniversary. The Dresden Kings were up three goals to none in the first 15 minutes of the game. Chad VanEyk scored with 3 minutes left in the first period, assisted by Jake McPhail and Troy Whitely. The Kings put another one past the Flyers to make it 4 – 1 at the end of the first. Kole Keating closed the gap in the second period by scoring a pair of goals assisted by Tyler Kettler, Karsten Berg (2) and Dylan Ryan.
In the third period the Flyers put the pressure on, went with an extra attacker, but still came up short in the end. Dresden faced 45 shots from the Flyers and came out with the win 5 – 3.
Thursday, January 30 WIN 4 – 3 In Wheatley
The Flyers came home with a 4 – 3 win against the Wheatley Sharks Thursday night January 30 in Wheatley. The team travelled to Wheatley to make up a game postponed due to weather.
The Sharks attacked with two quick goals 20 seconds apart just 5 minutes into the game. The first period ended with the Sharks up 2 – 0. The Flyers came back with 4 unanswered goals scored by Karsten Berg and Kole Keating, who each scored two. Assists went to Tyler Kettler, with two, Clint Rose, Dylan Ryan, Jake McPhail, Zac VanEyk and Dan Warner.
The Sharks closed the gap to just one when they scored with just over 5 minutes left to play. The Sharks went with the extra attacker to try to force overtime, but were denied by the Flyers. Brett Avery got the win between the pipes stopping 20 of the 23 shots he faced.
Sunday, January 26 Loss 6 – 2 in Blenheim
The Alvinston Flyers had a flat night in Blenheim taking a 6 – 2 loss Sunday January 26, 2014. Blenheim scored one in the first and their second goal was scored with just 4 seconds left in at the end of the second. Five minutes into the third the Blades were up 3 on the Flyers. Alvinston finally got on the score board with a power play goal. Kole Keating closed the gap to be 4 – 2 with just over 5 minutes left. He was assisted by Warner and McPhail. With the score just separated by 2, the Flyers went with the extra attacker that resulted in two empty net goals for the Blades. The final score was a win for Blenheim 6 – 2. Avery took the loss in net with 31 saves on 35 shots.
Friday, January 24, 2014 Loss 3 – 2 Vs Mooretown
It was a tight game Friday night January 2, 2014 in Alvinston but in the end Mooretown emerged with a 2 – 3 win. Dylan Lightfoot started the scoring with Joe Archer and Dan Warner assisting. The Flags tied it up early in the second to end that section tied at 1.
The third period Dan Warner scored to go ahead, but Mooretown came back with two unanswered goals for the win 3 – 2. Avery had 28 saves on 31 shots. The Mooretown goalie S. Taylor had a great night stopping 49 of the 51 shots he faced from the Flyers.
Sunday January 19 WIN 6 – 3 in Amherstburg
Zac VanEyk scored two power play goals assisted by Karsten Berg, Clint Rose and Joe Archer Sunday January 19 in Amherstburg to help the Flyers to a 6 – 3 victory.
Dan Warner and Kole Keating each scored unassisted goals. Chad VanEyk got a single with Warner and Berg assisting. Joe Archer also scored, assisted by Jake ONeil and Brett Duncan. Brett Avery got the win in net saving 21 of 24 shots. The Flyers fired 30 shots on the Amherstburg goalies.
Friday January 17, 2014 WIN 4 – 2 vs Wheatley
Alvinston Flyers scored on 4 of the 43 shots they forced on the Wheatley goalie Friday January 17 2014 in Alvinston to come out with a 4 – 2 victory.
Clint Rose and Tyler Kettler both had 3 point games with a single and two assists each. Dan Warner had a three point night as well with three assists. Scoring power play goals for Alvinston were Joe Archer and Karsten Berg. Zac VanEyk chipped in an assist for a single point for him.
Brett Avery got the W with making 36 saves on 38 shots.
Saturday January 11, 2014 WIN 5 – 3 vs Mooretown
The Flyers came back with a 5 – 3 victory on Saturday night against the Mooretown Flags. The first period ended with the Flyers up 3 -1 over the Flags. Scoring for the Flyers were Sam Vokes, Dylan Lightfoot and Troy Whitely. Assists went to Karsten Berg, Whitely, Dan Warner, Joe Archer, Chad Rainsberry and Vokes. The Flags came back to close the gap to 3 – 2 early in the second, but Sam Vokes scored a one timer to make it 4 – 2 on the score board. By the middle of the second Warner found the back of the net assisted by Lightfoot and Jake O’Neil to get a 3 goal lead. Mooretown came back and scored with just seconds left on the clock in the second to close the gap again ending that period at 5 – 3. The battle continued scoreless in the third period. The Flyers gained the two points with the 5 – 3 win. Avery was in net with 22 saves. The Alvinston Flyers are 4th in the standings right now with 6 games left in regular season with a record of 19-14-0-1.
Friday January 10, 2014 Loss 5 – 2 Vs Essex
Friday’s game against the first place Essex 73’s started out back and forth as Chad Van Eyk started the scoring just a minute and 46 seconds into the game. Zac VanEyk and Clint Rose had the assists. Essex scored on a power play opportunity to tie it up 1-1. Still in the first, Dylan Lightfoot scored on a power play with Dan Warner and Tyler Kettler assisting to make it a 2 – 1 game for the Flyers to end the first period. The second period ended tied up at 2 each. The third period started out with a two man advantage for the 73’s and they got the go ahead goal on that power play and another goal just a minute later to make it a 4 – 2 game. The Flyers had a lot of chances with 39 shots on the net but could not capitalize and the game ended in favour of the league leaders 5 – 2.
Brett Avery had a great game between the pipes stopping 38 of 43 shots.
Friday, January 3, 2014 WIN 1 – 0 vs Blenheim
The Flyers were host t the Blenheim Blades. Brett Avery made 30 saves to complete the shutout as the Flyers came out with a tight 1-0 win. Joe Archer got the only goal of the game at 12:28 into the third period. Assisting was Dylan Lightfoot and Dan Warner.
Thursday, January 2, 204 WIN 8 – 3 vs Wallaceburg in Walpole
The Flyers travelled to Walpole to play the Wallaceburg Lakers and came out with an 8-3 victory. Tyler Kettler was on fire with a 6 point game as he scored two and had 4 assists. Chad VanEyk scored two goals and his brother Zac scored one and chipped in an assist. Jake McPhail has a two point game with a goal and an assist. Single goals were from Brett Duncan and Dylan Lightfoot. Dan Warner and Karsten Berg each had three assists in the game. Other players recording assists were Clint Rose, Joe Archer, Ty Sebastian and Sam McGee. All three Laker goals were with the man advantage. Brett Avery got the win saving 21 of 24 shots.
Friday, December 27, 2013 Loss 10-5 in Belle River
The Alvinston Flyers travelled to Belle River on Friday December 27. The Canadiens came out strong scoring 5 goals in the first 10 minutes of the game. Dan Warner finally scored a power play goal assisted by Clint Rose and Sam Vokes at 14:01 in the first. But the scoring did not stop as Bell River scored two more and Vokes scored another power play with Warner and Karsten Berg assisting, ending the first period with a score of 7 – 2. By the middle of the second, Alvinston scored three more unanswered goals to close the gap to 7 – 5. Scoring for Alvinston was Chad Rainsberry, unassisted, Berg put one in on another power play goal and Clint Rose found the back of the net as well. Assists went to Warner and Joe Archer Vokes and Berg
There was hope for the third period to continue the comeback, but the game ended in the Canadiens favour 10 – 5.
Brad Jacklin stopped 52 of the 62 recorded shots he faced in net.
Saturday, December 21, 2013 WIN 7-6 In Mooretown
A lot of goal scoring took place Saturday December 21, 2013 in the Mooretown Arena. The Flyers managed to hold the lead most of the game, but the Flags kept coming back to keep it interesting.
The first period ended with the Flyers up 2-0. The VanEyk Brothers, Chad and Zak assisted Dan Warner on the first goal and Sam Vokes scored the second goal on a power play with assists to Chad Rainsberry and Karsten Berg.
Just 2 minutes into the second period the Flags scored twice to tie it up. That tie was short lived as Karsten Berg scored to go ahead at 2:33 into the second assisted by Sam Vokes and Warner. The scoring would continue in the second period as Zak VanEyk scored a beauty tip in from brother Chad. Dylan Lightfoot scored a power play goal from Joe Archer and Tyler Kettler. Still in the second, with the score at 5 -2 for the Flyers, the Flags came back with two of their own to close the gap to 5 -4. Warner found the back of the net again to make the scoreboard 6 – 4 to end the second period. He was assisted by Sam MacGee.
The third period was a nail biter as Mooretown opened the period with a goal to make it a one goal game again. With just over 5 minutes left in the third, Chad Rainsberry went end to end on a power play goal assisted by Vokes and Chad VanEyk. The Flags came back with one more goal but came up short even with the extra attacker. The Flyers got the win 7 – 6. Brad Jacklin saved 36 of 42 shots on net.
Friday December 20 Loss 5 – 3 vs Blenheim
The Flyers were back on home ice on Friday, December 20th against Blenheim. That game started out bad and ended up worse for the Flyers. Blenheim was ahead four goals to none until Zac VanEyk found the back of the net to put the Flyers on the scoreboard. Tyler Kettler and Sam Vokes chipped in assists on that goal. Dan Warner closed the gap a few minutes later assisted by Joe Archer and Dylan Lightfoot. In the third period Blenheim scored from the point to make it a 5 – 2 game. At that point in the game there had only been two penalties called in the game, but that quickly changed. At the 11:15 mark of the third, a line brawl broke out and the crowd went wild. The goal tenders even got involved. Thirty six offences show up on the game sheet from that stoppage in play. Twelve players were ejected from the game. Players from both teams were handed suspensions for several games. With Alvinston’s only goal tender out for fighting, Chad VanEyk threw on the pads to mind the net. The game went on and with just over two and a half minutes left Kettler scored a power play goal assisted by Archer and Lightfoot. The Flyers went with a man advantage for the last minute of play with a few chances, but the puck did not bounce their way. Van Eyk got a shutout and was named MVP for his first goal tending efforts. He made 5 out of 5 saves in 8:45 of play for the Flyers. The Blades got the win 5 -3.
Tuesday December 17, 2013 Win 4-3 vs ESSEX
For the first time this season, the first place team Essex 73’s lost on their home ice as they fell to the Alvinston Flyers 4 -3.
That awesome victory began with the Flyers ahead 2 – 0 until part way into the second period. Goals were scored by Joe Archer and Tyler Kettler. Assists on those goals went to Kettler, Zac VanEyk and Archer. The 73’s rallied back to tie, then go ahead, with three unanswered goals. The Flyers’ Kole Keating tied it up with just over a minute left in the second assisted by Troy Whitely and Karsten Berg. The third period remained tied until, with just 3:10 showing on the clock, Sam Vokes scored a power play goal assisted by Karsten Berg and Clint Rose.
Brett Avery got the win for the Flyers between the pipes. The 73’s had changed up their goal tender with just over 16 minutes left. It was a well-disciplined game with the Flyers taking just 2 minor penalties and the 73’s with 3 minors
Saturday December 14, 2013 WIN 9 – 1 vs Dresden
Saturday Decmeber 14 the Flyers were back on home ice hosting the Dresden Kings. The Flyers had 8 unanswered goals until the middle of the third period when the Kings got one in the net to spoil the shut out for Brett Avery. The Flyers got the ‘W’ 9 -1.
Joe Archer had a 4 point night with two goals and two assists. Zak Van Eyk had a three point game with two goals and one assist. Tyler Kettler had a three point game as well with a goal and two assists. Dylan Lightfoot got the first goal of the night just 23 seconds into the first period. Lightfoot also got an assist on a powerplay goal that was scored by Archer. Also scoring for the Flyers were Sam Vokes, Clint Rose, and Kole Keating. Assists also went to Dan Warner with two, Troy Whitely, Sam MacGee, Jeremy Van Deven and Brett Duncan with one each.
Brett Avery stopped all but one of the 48 shots on goal from the Kings.
Friday December 13, 2013 Win 8 -5 VS Wallaceburg
Friday the 13th the Alvinston Flyers defeated the Wallaceburg Lakers 8 – 5. The Flyers held the lead for most of the game until the Lakers made it interesting when they tied it up 5-5 with 15 minutes left in the third. Joe Archer got the go ahead goal assisted by Dylan Lightfoot just a minute after the tie. Karsten Berg found the back of the net unassisted for an insurance goal with a couple minutes left on the clock. The Lakers went with an extra attacker with just half a minute left. Brett Duncan passed the puck up to Zac VanEyk who broke away and scored on the empty net to finish the game as a victory for the Flyers 8 – 5. The first five goals were scored by Jeremy VanDeven, Lightfoot, Sam Vokes and Tyler Kettler with two. Sam MacGee and Dan Warner were in for two assists. Also assisting goal scorers were Zac VanEyk, Sam Vokes, Jake O’Neil, Dylan Ryan and Lightfoot.
Brad Jacklin made 21 saves between the pipes. The Flyers forced 48 shots on the Wallaceburg goalie.
Saturday, December 7, 2013 Win 4-3 vs Amherstburg
Back on the ice Saturday was a wild night in the rink as well. The Flyers had a 3 – 0 lead by the middle of the second period. Starting the scoring on a power play was Jake McPhail assisted by Chad Rainsberry and Karsten Berg. Zak VanKyk was assisted by brother Chad and Jerermy VanDeven on the second goal. Sam Vokes had a sweet shot on a power play for the third goal assisted by Warner and Rainsberry. The Flyers were extremely successful in their penalty kill, killing off a lot of power play opportunities given to the Admirals. Amherstburg scored a lucky shorthanded goal to put them on the game sheet. Another remarkable power play goal was scored by Chad VanEyk and assisted by Sam Vokes to make it a 4 – 1 game. The Admirals were aggressive and closed the gap to 4 - 3 with just minutes left in the third, but they didn’t have enough for them to capture the win. The Alvinston Flyers got the ‘W’ 4 – 3.
Brad Jacklin got the win between the pipes playing a great game stopping 39 of 42 shots.
Friday December 6, 2013 Loss 8 – 6 vs Wheatley
It was quite a game. The Flyers were down just one at the end of the first, then Wheatley came back with five unanswered goals by the end of the second. The score going into the third was 6-2.
The third period the Flyers rallied back with an amazing comeback with 5 unanswered goals of their own to tie the game 6 – 6 with just over 5 minutes left in the game. The Sharks scored on a rebound with only 3 minutes left to break the tie. The Flyers went with the man advantage to try to force overtime, but unfortunately came up short. An empty net goal for Wheatley in the last seconds of the game got them the win 8 -6.
Tyler Kettler had a great night scoring two power play goals and assisting on another. Kettler and Jake O’Neil also assisted Kole Keating finding the back of the net for the fourth goal. Assisting Kettler on the power play goals were Dan Warner with two, Joe Archer and Clint Rose. When Dylan Lightfoot scored the tying goal on a power play, the crowd went wild with excitement for such a great comeback! Karsten Berg and Zak VanEyk racked up a goal each as well. Other points for assists went to Keating and Sam Vokes.
It was a great effort by the Flyers! Goal tending was shared by Brett Avery saving 15 of 20 shots and Brad Jacklin saving 13 of 15 shots he faced.
Friday November 29, 2013 Loss 7 – 4 In Alvinston
Essex’s special teams dominated as they scored 5 power play goals against the Flyers. The first place 73’s got the win 7 – 4.
Dan Warner started the game with an unassisted goal in the first period. Joe Archer was awarded a goal assisted by Jake McPhail in the second period that was denied until it was called by a linesman that the puck had ripped right through the net! The highlight of the night was a shorthanded goal by Troy Whitely set up with a creative move by Karsten Berg. Chad Rainsberry had an assist on that play as well. Jeremy VanDeven got his first goal of the season, unassisted at 12:28 in the second period to tie the game at 4 each.
The Flyers came up short when Essex came up in the third with three unanswered goals for the win.
Brad Jacklin was forced to work between the pipes taking 47 shots.
Sunday Novmeber 24, 2013 LOSS 5 – 4 In Amherstburg
One goal separated the Flyers in Amherstburg on the road Sunday. The Admirals got the win 5 – 4.
Chad Rainsberry scored twice finding the top shelf from the point. His first was assisted by the VanEyk brothers and his second ripper was unassisted. Two power play goals were scored by the Flyers on 5 chances. Dan Warner scored the second goal for the Flyers on a power play assisted by Joe Archer and Tyler Kettler
The Flyers had the lead going into the second 3 – 1, but the Admirals came back with 4 unanswered goals to take the lead 5 – 3 by the middle of the third. Karsten Berg closed the gap by scoring on another power play assisted by Kettler and Clint Rose. The Flyers went with the man advantage with half a minute left, but they fell short losing the game 5 4.
Brett Avery took the loss saving 31 of 36 Shots.
Friday November 22, 2013 WIN 5-3 vs Mooretown
The Alvinston Flyers defeated Mooretown 6 – 3 on home ice Friday. Joe Archer picked up three points with two goals and an assist. Dan Warner had a three point game as well with a goal and two assists. Tyler Kettler scored a goal assisted by the VanEyk brothers, Chad and Zac. Also scoring goals for the Flyers were Sam Vokes and Karsten Berg. Assists were received by Troy Whitely, Sam MacGee, Clint Rose and Chad Rainsberry.
The penalty minutes were matched at 6 each team. The Flyers first goal was scored on a power play.
Brett Avery got the win with 30 saves on 33 shots.
Monday November 18, 2013 WIN 5 – 2 In Wheatley
Chad VanEyk and Dan Warner scored twice each, unanswered, in the first period. The Sharks came back later with 2 goals to close the gap but it wasn’t enough to catch up to the Flyers. Karsten Berg scored again in the third period for the win 5 – 2. Assists went to Joe Archer who had two, both Van Eyks, Joe Archer, Sam MacGee, Dylan Lightfoot, Tyler Kettler and Sam Vokes.
The Flyers only tallied one minor penalty the entire game.
Brett Avery made 25 saves for Alvinston on 27 shots.
Saturday November 16, 2013 WIN 4 – 0 Belle River
Brad Jacklin earned a shutout victory for the Flyers over the third place Belle River Canadiens on the ice in Watford Saturday November 16, 2013.
Dan Warner opened the scoring @ 5:39 in the first period assisted by Dylan Lightfoot and Joe Archer. By the end of the first Jake McPhail scored from the point assisted by Troy Whitely to make it 2 -0. Whitley also assisted Sam Vokes on the third goal of the night and McPhail assisted Tyler Kettler who found the back of the net to make it a 4 -0 game.
Jacklin made 42 saves for the shut out.
Tuesday November 12, 2013 LOSS 8 – 1 Essex
The Flyers were in Essex on Tuesday November 12, 2013. Essex 76s came out strong in the first period scoring four goals. Chad VanEyk spoiled the shut out for the 73’s in the third period with the assist going to Clint Rose. The game ended 8 – 1.
The 73s had 44 shots on the net. Brett Avery made 10 stops and Brad Jacklin made 26.
SUNDAY November 10, 2013 OT WIN 4 -3 Blenheim
The Flyers overcame a two goal deficit with three unanswered goals by the middle of the third period. The Blades came back with 6 minutes left in the game to force overtime. It just took a minute and 13 seconds of OT for Tyler Kettler to find the back of the net for the OT win. Chad Rainsbury assisted Kettler.
Joe Archer netted two power play goals. Dan Warner assisted on both PP goals. Alvinston also got a goal from Zac Van Eyk who was assisted by his brother Chad Van Eyk. Other assists went to Lightfoot and Kettler.
Brett Avery saved 38 of 41 shots on the net. The Blades’ goalie saved 23 of 27 shots.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2013 WIN 7 – 4 Dresden
The Flyers met the Dresden Kings on home ice in Alvinston on Saturday November 9. The Legion held a Remembrance Day Ceremony and moment of silence prior to the game in Honour of our War Veterans. Then the puck was dropped by a member of the Legion who were the sponsors of the ice for the game.
By the middle of the second period the Flyers were up 3 on the Kings with goals scored by Joe Archer, Dan Warner and Dylan Lightfoot. The Kings came back with two goals to make it 3 – 2 by the middle of second. Karsten Berg scored assisted by Sam Vokes and Troy Whitely to end the second period 4 -2.
There were 5 goals scored in under 3 minutes in the third! The Kings closed the gap to 4 -3 on a 5 on 3 power play. Just 21 seconds later the Kings scored on the power play again to tie it up. Then Warner buried the puck for the go ahead goal for Alvinston. Thirty three seconds later Berg buried his second of the night. Just a minute later Berg found the back of the net again from a beauty stretch pass from Sam Vokes. That third unanswered goal was a hat trick for Berg. The Flyers got the win 7 – 4. Other players with assists were Lightfoot, Vokes, Whitley and Archer with 2 each and one each for Carter Campbell, Jake o’Neil and Warner.
Brett Avery got the win with 36 saves.
Thanks again to the Legion for their service and their support.
November 7 in Walpole WIN 5 – 2 Wallaceburg
Thursday November 7, 2013 they travelled to Walpole to play against the Wallaceburg Lakers. It was a back and forth game that ended in the win for the Flyers 5 – 2. Karsten Berg scored the first goal of the game as well as an empty net goal at the end of the game. Troy Whitely had a three point game with a goal and two assists. Dylan Lightfoot and Sam Vokes each scored a goal as well. Other players who recorded assists for Alvinston were Chad Rainsberry, Dan Warner, Clint Rose, Joe Archer, Carter Campbell, Sam Vokes and Matt Gough.
Brad Jacklin got the win between the pipes recording 35 saves.