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Week 9 results: Borschland Hockey League

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4 Rjaward v. Sajbell 3: Though Meechen is dogging their heels, the Cattle Drivers did put some distance between itself and the rest of the pack with a win that was much more challenging than it should have been. Sajbell was behind 3-1 at the beginning of the second period and Rjaward was buzzing around the Sajbell goal looking for more when Sajbell’s Franck Hoockertop broke out and solved Rjaward goaltender Lemvedeel Schmeechtpujtr on a breakaway. From then on it was a fight as Rjaward briefly jumped out to a 4-2 lead only to have Sajbell push closer with a goal from Dujter Schmijtstaff. Rjaward matches its best 9-game start to a season since 325.

3 Lojren v. Te Staff 2: Te Staff’s woes continued as they lost centerman Sherm Reinhardt to a lower-body injury. Sherm is day-to-day, but with both their first-line center Christoff Anselm and second-liner Reinhardt out, the City might need to acquire a forward to shore up their offense, especially a power play crew that is 1-14 so far this year. Te Lughaus wing Kai Ganesmund assisted on two of the goals, including the decider at 10:15 of the third, a tip-in by Dirk Zuckermann.

3 Atterische v. Bjaward 2: Atterische was able to best the Bulls tonight as the coach for Bjaward Norbert Grimm received a game misconduct penalty for arguing a disallowed goal and Atterische capitalized. What was going to be a 3-2 Bjaward lead in the second period became a 3-2 Atterische lead that they did not relinquish. Atterische’s Quentin van Vleet had the game-winner and Wujbe Minther stopped 33 of 35 shots for the Diggers.

3 Holtzlund v. Matexipar 3: The Axe Men were disappointed with this result—leading 3-1 midway through the third period, the Iron Sticks pounced on two defensive mistakes, the second by goaltender Bram Phauxhall, who blundered a glove save onto the stick of Joost te Beeck. Te Beeck gratefully directed the puck into the top right-hand corner of the goal.

2 Onatten v. Meenesanne 1: In a battle of cellar dwellers, Onatten was able to please their fans with a dramatic come-from-behind win with Meenesanne leading 1-0 midway through the second period. Rams goaltender Erick Ritsche turned back 24 of 26 shots, while Whale netminder Gottmar Fvisch stopped 17 of 18. Onatten’s winner came from Laurens van Boom.

1 Dohmatische v. Tarlunz 0: The Swamp Hawks played a helter-skelter but effective defensive game against the Steelmen, blunting their charge to the top of the table. Habel Baarda was harassed all game long and held scoreless; Dohmatische managed to kill off both penalties whistled against players for outrage against Baarda. Dohmatische's half-Loflin coach Azofer Teekeetl said, “On our ice we are letting no one freely skate through the crease.” Tarlunz coach Ampte Geert stopped short of calling the Dohmatische defense “woorgene,” the Borschic word for goons, but he did say, “There will be a reckoning when they come back to our pond.”

1 Bevinlunz v. Meechen 2: Meechen shocked the Merchantmen at home with a power-play goal at 2:54 left in the game. Loflin defenseman Voga Terker slammed home a rebound from Heiko Moordfors to give Meechen the game.

5 Sichebach v. Wrischer 3: Wrischer’s defensive struggles continued against previously winless Sichebach, who did manage 5 goals at Holtzlund to begin the season. Sichebach had a goal and an assist each from Wujbe Breemenger and Vinasolan Quinctius Quintorius.

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