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Sunday Recap

11/01/2016, 11:00am CDT
By USHL

Youngstown Phantoms snap Chicago's 10-game win streak, and Madison is lifted to a 4-1 win by newcomer Easton Brodzinski.


Photo by Hickling Images

 

Bloomington Thunder [1] vs. Madison Capitols [4]

 

Madison scored two goals and both the second and third periods to knock off Bloomington 4-1 on Sunday afternoon. After a scoreless opening period that saw the shots favor the Capitols 8-7, Noah Weber opened the scoring on the power play three minutes into the second period to put Madison up 1-0. Four minutes later, Simon Sagissor scored the first goal of his USHL career to double the Capitols lead to 2-0 after 40 minutes of play. Easton Brodzinski then added the next two goals to put Madison up 4-0 before Brady Smith scored the only goal of the game for Bloomington. It was Smith’s first career USHL goal. Dryden McKay moved his record to 2-0-0-0 on the season by stopping 29 saves on 31 shots.

 

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Chicago Steel [2] vs. Youngstown Phantoms [3]

 

The Phantoms jumped out to a 3-0 lead and hung on for a 3-2 victory to stop Chicago’s season-opening winning streak at 10 games, tied for the longest such streak in USHL Tier 1 history. After a scoreless first period, Alec Mahalak and Griffin Loughran found the back of the net in the middle frame to give Youngstown a 2-0 advantage heading into the third period. Curtis Hall then made it a 3-0 game with seven minutes remaining. Walker Duehr responded a minute and a half later to cut the lead to 3-1. Despite a Jake Jaremko goal with 22 seconds remaining to make it a 3-2 game, the Phantoms were able to hang on for the victory and move into a tie for third place in the Eastern Conference. Ivan Kulbakov stopped 28 shots in the victory.

 

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