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Week Two Results - Borschland Hockey League

2 Te Staff Bevinlunz 3

Te Staff lost its second straight game at home to begin the season and in the process lost high-scoring centerman Christoff Anselm to a lower-body injury. Bevinlunz’s excellent goaltender Heiko Moordfors frustrated a second straight opponent, stopping 30 shots, and winger Wulf Noiklaes had a goal and an assist for the Merchantmen. Christopher Sacrament, Bearish defender, blocked 8 shots.

2 Meechen Holtzlund 3

Upset! Holtzlund defeated Meechen on Meechen’s own ice for the first time in eleven years. Little-heralded winger Grundel Masur, had a goal and two assists and goaltender Schmidt Max stopped 28 shots while the Holtzlund defense blocked 25 more. Axemen star defender Klaes Dievenhoven said, “The boys stuck together and weathered the storm against a great team.” Does this portend better things for the Timber Boys? Time will tell, but one thing is certain: the thousand-strong Holtzlund traveling fans had a enjoyable train ride back up the river to Erichels after the game.

4 Matexipar Rjaward 5

Upset #2! The Cattle Drivers came into Matexipar after a tough loss to Bjaward and hung in the game until 1:22 left in the third when defenseman Antonius Mujrefeld unleashed a lightning bolt from the right point that centerman Gerd Zijterwoode tipped past Matexipar goalie Nicholaas Untergrujn, who was playing for top goalie, Jaan “The Brick” Brichterglad, a victim of an undisclosed illness. Zijterwoode had two goals and an assist to counter the two markers for Matexipar’s Vinasolan international Vitellius Vitellienus. After the game, Zijterwoode praised Mujrefeld for firing away from distance: “With that little time left, we had to get something going. Toni always steps up. He was like the fire brigade today.”

2 Onatten Sajbell 1

Kip van Meeter was the hero for Onatten, scoring both goals for the Longshoremen. Onatten’s Zimrothian netminder, Cendar Perdath, didn’t have much work to do on the day as the Tritons of Sajbell came out extremely flat and stayed that way for the balance of the game.

2 Dohmatische Bjaward 2

Dohmatische held on against a determined Bulls team to save a point. Dohmatische is going with an all-bear first-line penalty kill this year, the first ever: center Grayson Mulebear, and defenders Valiant Black, Hubert “Hube” Bearishwood, and Clawson Rhododendron; they were perfect this game, killing three penalties, with Mulebear scoring a short-handed goal.

3 Lojren Atterische 3

Te Lughaus shined bright for two periods, taking a 3-1 lead into the third, but Atterische scored two early in the third and then held on for their point. Lojren’s Kai Ganesmund scored his second goal of the season, while Atterische’s star center Rijk Rijkstaff added a marker for the Peatmen.

1 Tarlunz Wrischer 3

Wrischer look to be a tough team to beat this year in the Borschland Hockey League. Their first line of Beenz Grechtlin, center, Tomas Scheelgrav, left wing, and Korin Kugellicht, right wing, accounted for all points in this one while goaltender Bengt Ambrooderhejm stood tall to deny the Ponders a second win in a row.

6 Meenesanne Sichebach 3

Sichebach’s porous defense has now let in 11 goals in the first two games, although this was closer than the score looked. With Meenesanne up 4-3 and a couple of minutes to go, coach Brig Kortlund pulled goalie Arnesten Schupinck, and Meenesanne proceeded to pot 2 empty-netters in a space of 24 seconds. Meenesanne’s veteran defenseman Philip Rooker had 3 assists to lead the team as six different players chipped in goals for the Weavers. Marck Munchmann had a goal for the Fox Hunters.


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