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Tuesday Recap

01/25/2017, 9:15am CST
By USHL

Des Moines knocks off Fargo, Tri-City dominates Omaha.


Photo by Hickling Images

 

DES MOINES BUCCANEERS [4] at FARGO FORCE [2]

 

Des Moines has taken sole possession of second place over the Force in the Western Conference with a 4-2 road victory in Fargo. The Buccaneers' Tommy Parrottino scored the lone goal of the opening period to give Des Moines a 1-0 lead heading into the second. In the middle frame, Jack Adams responded on the power play with his league-leading 21st goal of the year to make it a 1-1 game through 40 minutes of play. Des Moines took a 2-1 lead early in the third period with David Keefer's 15th tally of the season, but Philip Alftberg responded just two minutes later to even the score for the second time in the game. 2:18 after Alftberg's goal, Matt Hudie gave the Buccaneers a 3-2 lead, and Eric Otto completed the scoring with an empty-net goal with just 17 seconds remaining. Jan Ruzicka picked up his 14th victory of the season with a 28-save performance.

 

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TRI-CITY STORM [6] at OMAHA LANCERS [1]

 

Tri-City held a 3-0 lead through one period of play courtesy of tallies from Adam Goodish, Josiah Slavin and ​​​​​​​Odeen TuftoSlavin's goal was the first of his USHL career. The Storm stretched the lead to 5-0 in the second period with goals from Wyatt Bongiovanni and Danny DiGrande. 52 seconds into the third period, a Jack Randl goal got Omaha on the board, and Bongiovanni scored his second of the game to complete the scoring. Bryan Yoon dished out three assists, and both Tufto and Montgomery Graham registered two assists in the win. Dayton Rasmussen made 18 saves on 19 Lancers shots for his 11th victory of the season.

 

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Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 15th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2016-17.  30 or more players from the USHL have been selected in four consecutive NHL Drafts,  and more than 400 players on team rosters last season committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.

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