Transcreen 9, Central City Bagels 7. In a see-saw battle, Transcreen outlasted Central City Bagels, 9-7. Transcreens Adam Akpinar and Jimmy Raymond each scored four goals to lead the offense and Keith smith contributed a goal. The game remained with one goal until the very end when Transcreen led 8-7 and Central City Bagels pulled the goalie, allowing Jimmy Raymond to score an open net goal with 53 seconds left. Transcreens Keith Lippert, Andrew Kuhnle, and Keith Smith played well on defense. Central City Bagels offense was provided by Anthony Mainolfi , Cory McGrath, Scott Seminerio and Jimmy Brady.
Re/Max 6, Flowers by Peter 5. The David & Nancy Legaz - Re/Max Universal Team defeated Flowers by Peter, 6-5, in a highly competitive game. This barn-burner opened up with Re/Max taking early two-goal lead in the first period. Flowers by Peter then battled back to tie the game at the end of the second period. Re/Max then scored two goals in the third period to hold onto a one-goal lead. Evan Katz led the Re/Max scoring with five goals. Re/Max goaltender Melanie Binanti stopped a career-high 32 shots on goal and was also credited with an assist when she passed the puck up to a fast-breaking Jeffrey Johnston. Re/Max defenseman James Gorga and forward Jimmy Huynh applied the defensive pressure late in the third period to ensure the win. Evan Kundrat led the Flowers by Peter scoring with four goals and Albert Markopoulos kept it close with a late third-period goal.
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