Six-way tie in senior hockey round-robin

April 2, 2018   ·   0 Comments

The playoff battle in the Caledon Senior Hockey League is the most intense in years.
After two games of the round-robin, all six teams have one win and one loss.
Rutherford Global Logistics earned their win by shading the Jiffy Lube Oilers 4-3 last Monday. Fines Ford Lincoln, who finished last in the regular season, finally hit the ice with a full lineup and blasted the Grit Bagmen 9-5. Yale Industrial Trucks got off a two-game slide with a 4-2 win over Heart Lake Insurance.
Rutherford 4, Jiffy Lube 3
Team rep Nick Taccogna was the spark plug for Rutherford with a goal and three assists.
Bruno Fracassi scored two goals and Jim Kutchera bagged the other one. Single assists went to Rich Petrie, Jim Rogers and Garry Hoxey.
Team rep Peter Coghill had a goal and an assist for Jiffy Lube. Grant Moffat and Rick Geiger scored the other goals. Maurizo Giorgio, Gary Hughes, Marty Madensky and Greg Frangakis all had one assist.
Fines Ford 9, Grit 5
Bret Smith had the hot hand for Fines with four goals, but there was a long line of multi-point efforts right behind him.
Stefan Pacula and team rep Ted Callighen each bagged three assists. Mike Foley was switched to the wing beside Smith in a canny move by Callighen and he struck for two goals to give that line a total of six. Dom D’Orazio had a goal and an assist. Dave Armstrong and Alex Dorosh scored the other goals. Luch Pinarello had two assists and Joe Palumbo had one.
Tony Curcio powered Grit with three goals, while Randy Freitag managed three assists. Scott Drouillard and John Crossley scored the other goals. Carlo Fantin set up two goals with David Shoalts, Jim Sabaziotis and John Pitsadiotis all getting one helper.
Yale 4, Heart Lake 2
Bernie Tisdale and team rep James Heenan led the way for Yale with a goal and two assists each.
Robert Masutti and Dan Tasson both had one of each. Santo Gazzolla was in brackets on two goals.
Peter Kuchar and Tim Sinclair handled all of the Heart Lake offence with a goal and an assist apiece.



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