NAHL Northeast Generals Week in Review

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This week, the Generals earned two of six points playing the Jr. Hat Tricks on Monday and then followed that up with two hard fought losses this weekend against the New Jersey Titans. The team started out well against Danbury as David Tolan continues to impress at the NAHL level and got scoring started on Monday assistaing on a Jackson McCarthy goal. Oliver Drum got the win stopping 27 of 30 shots faced.

The good fortune from the win did not go on the road for the team against the Titans. After a 7-2 loss on Friday, the team had a better Saturday. Better did not get them points as despite Asher Wites scoring his first of the season, the team did not earn any points this weekend. With that said, some good things for the Generals did happen this week. New veteran forward Alexander Krause has two points in two games played and is providing immediate depth at forward that General Manager Matt Dibble envisioned when he moved a lot of assets to trade for him. Evan Orr is providing the expected veteran leadership on defense. In net, two goaltenders that did not break camp with the team are driving things forward. Cullen DeYoung was honorable mention for goalie of the month in January, and Oliver Drum is getting better each time he plays. There are plenty of opportunities for this team which is pushing to try and move up the standings and win the East Division, to do just that down the stretch.

Box Scores

Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks 3 at Northeast Generals 6 – Status: Final
Monday, January 31, 2022 – New England Sports Village

Danbury 0 1 2 – 3
Northeast 1 3 2 – 6

1st Period-1, Northeast, McCarthy 3 (Schroeder, Tolan), 12:27. Penalties-No Penalties

2nd Period-2, Northeast, Tolan 6 (McCarthy, Corcoran), 0:42. 3, Northeast, Minnehan 12 (Gordon, Ardagna), 1:15. 4, Danbury, Skalos 9 (Liotino), 2:09. 5, Northeast, Schubert 7 (Boczar, McCarthy), 18:39. Penalties-Cooper Nte (holding-minor), 10:37.

3rd Period-6, Danbury, Lychnikoff 6 (Harrington, Davis), 0:09. 7, Northeast, Gordon 13 (Minnehan, Friberg), 11:19. 8, Northeast, Minnehan 13 (Gordon, McCarthy), 14:57. 9, Danbury, Eberling 5 (Krivtsov, Skalos), 15:24. Penalties-McCarthy Nte (roughing-minor), 0:48; Young Dht (roughing-minor), 1:29; Boczar Nte (roughing-minor), 1:29; Lychnikoff Dht (high sticking-minor), 6:53.

Shots on Goal-Danbury 6-14-10-30. Northeast 5-17-19-41.
Power Play Opportunities-Danbury 0 / 2; Northeast 0 / 1.
Goalies-Danbury, Johnson 3-9-1-0 (9 shots-6 saves); Seeley 6-17-2-0 (32 shots-29 saves). Northeast, Drum 3-5-0-0 (30 shots-27 saves).
A-119
Referees- .
Linesmen- .

Northeast Generals 2 at New Jersey Titans 7 – Status: Final
Friday, February 4, 2022 – Middletown Ice World Arena

Northeast 0 0 2 – 2
New Jersey 2 4 1 – 7

1st Period-1, New Jersey, Testa-Basi 9 (Farrell, Luik), 3:21. 2, New Jersey, Bannister 17 (Dumas, Feczko), 10:23. Penalties-krause Nte (roughing-minor), 5:12; Calafiore Njt (roughing-minor), 5:12; Luik Njt (checking from behind-minor), 11:53; Willey Njt (head contact-major, head contact-gm), 18:19; krause Nte (delay of game-minor), 18:25; Kaminski Nte (slashing-minor), 19:12; McCarthy Nte (unsportsmanlike conduct-10 minute misconduct), 19:12; Posma Njt (unsportsmanlike conduct-10 minute misconduct), 19:12.

2nd Period-3, New Jersey, Young 8 (Feczko), 3:26. 4, New Jersey, Mollica 5 (Feczko, Bannister), 5:16. 5, New Jersey, Grable 4 (Luik, Calafiore), 5:58. 6, New Jersey, Keresztes 8 (Carroll, Charpentier), 18:00. Penalties-Schubert Nte (fighting-major, unsportsmanlike conduct-10 minute misconduct, aggressor-gm), 5:16; Dumas Njt (cross checking-minor), 5:16; Cooper Nte (unsportsmanlike conduct-minor), 14:27; McCarthy Nte (roughing-minor), 14:27; Cooper Nte (spitting- gross misc), 20:00.

3rd Period-7, Northeast, Jennersjö 2 (Tolan, Orr), 2:01. 8, New Jersey, Feczko 5 (Dumas, Bannister), 7:32. 9, Northeast, Orr 5 (Minnehan, Gordon), 9:59 (PP). Penalties-Luik Njt (interference-minor), 4:55; Farrell Njt (roughing-minor), 9:32.

Shots on Goal-Northeast 5-6-14-25. New Jersey 13-22-15-50.
Power Play Opportunities-Northeast 1 / 5; New Jersey 0 / 5.
Goalies-Northeast, DeYoung 14-7-0-1 (18 shots-14 saves); Drum 3-5-0-0 (32 shots-29 saves). New Jersey, Takacs 22-5-2-0 (25 shots-23 saves).
A-243
Referees-Cameron Giancarlo.
Linesmen-Matt Cozzan, Robert Taylor.

Northeast Generals 3 at New Jersey Titans 6 – Status: Final
Saturday, February 5, 2022 – Middletown Ice World Arena

Northeast 2 0 1 – 3
New Jersey 2 1 3 – 6

1st Period-1, New Jersey, Mollica 6 (Coughlin, Calafiore), 1:13. 2, Northeast, Minnehan 14 (Orr, krause), 5:45 (PP). 3, Northeast, Minnehan 15 (Orr, Kaminski), 15:58. 4, New Jersey, Young 9 (Coughlin), 17:39. Penalties-Keresztes Njt (slashing-minor), 4:58.

2nd Period-5, New Jersey, Mollica 7 (Young, Testa-Basi), 2:46. Penalties-Luik Njt (interference-minor), 4:30; Mollica Njt (hooking-minor), 9:33; Charpentier Njt (interference-minor), 12:17.

3rd Period-6, New Jersey, Feczko 6 (Ring), 4:45. 7, New Jersey, Testa-Basi 10 (Coughlin, Posma), 11:34. 8, Northeast, Wites 1 (krause, Corcoran), 16:52. 9, New Jersey, Young 10 (Charpentier), 17:28. Penalties-McCarthy Nte (fighting (instigator)-gm), 8:35; Farrell Njt (roughing-minor, fighting-major, removing opp helmet-gm), 8:35; McCarthy Nte (fighting(instigator)-minor), 9:01; McCarthy Nte (fighting-major), 9:18; Orr Nte (roughing-double minor), 9:21; Calafiore Njt (roughing-double minor), 9:21.

Shots on Goal-Northeast 8-12-8-28. New Jersey 14-6-15-35.
Power Play Opportunities-Northeast 1 / 4; New Jersey 0 / 0.
Goalies-Northeast, DeYoung 14-7-0-1 (35 shots-29 saves). New Jersey, Takacs 22-5-2-0 (28 shots-25 saves).
A-409
Referees-Cameron Giancarlo.
Linesmen-Matt Cozzan, Robert Taylor.

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