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Welcome to the 2016-17 Play-Offs!
Just when everyone thought this season's playoffs couldn't get any more exciting ........ they did!
Thursday's elimination round game was a match-up between CF and Binghamton. The Patriots took 5 out of a possible 6 points from Forks during the regular season. This game was a nail-biter right from the opening face-off and never let up. Both teams had numerous scoring opportunities but the goalies - Cade Horton and Josh Ryan - certainly brought their "A" games in this one. Despite 74 total shots and 8 combined powerplay opportunities, the score remained 0-0 through 48 minutes of regulation and 8 minutes of 4 v. 4 sudden death overtime. Selecting to shoot first in the shoot-out, Binghamton's Tyesn Gates put the first puck of the game into the net. The following five shooters were all stopped until Jake Miller gave the Patriots a 2-0 shoot-out lead. Tyler Smith scored for CF but it wasn't enough as Binghamton held on to the 2-1 shoot-out win. Josh Ryan got the win for Binghamton making 33 saves plus 4 shoot-out saves. Cade Horton had 41 saves and 3 shoot-out saves. Great game!
Friday's game was the winner's bracket final between #1 seeded E/HH and #2 seeded Vestal. The Express won all 3 games between the teams in the regular season and it only took them 29 seconds to get on the board in this one with Dillon Gaylord scoring (assist to Jack Peterson). This tight checking first period (only 9 shots combined for both teams) ended with Vestal tying things up at one with a Patrick Kelly goal assisted by Dougie Matthews. E/HH again scored early to take a 2-1 lead on a Dillon Dear goal assisted by Sean Call and Hunter Argetsinger. Vestal came back again though when Chase Harner scored a powerplay goal 7 minutes in (assists to Kelly and Matthews) tying the game at 2. Despite being outshot 17-7 in the second period, it was Vestal that scored once again (Derek Avery unassisted) to take a 3-2 after two periods. Vestal maintained this one goal lead until under 4 minutes remained in regulation. Nate Gee scored for the Express (Tony Robinson assist) to tie this game up and send it into overtime. After a scoreless OT, the teams headed into a shoot-out. Vestal shot first but it was E/HH's Tony Robinson that put the first puck into the net in the shoot-out. Connor Jurgensen responded immediately to tie things up at one. After three goalie saves, Patrick Kelly put Vestal up 2-1 and from there it was Matthew Prier shutting down the Express shooters to finish out the Vestal victory. Prier finished with 34 saves and 4 shoot-out stops to get the victory while Robbie Wise had 21 saves and 3 shoot-out saves for E/HH.
Saturday's elimination game was between #4 Binghamton and #7 UE. Binghamton took 2 out of 3 games of this match-up in the regular season but the Tigers took an early lead with a Trevor Miles goal assisted by Zach Miles. Midway through the period, Binghamton's Luke Miller tied the game at one with an unassisted goal. The Patriot's had the only goal in the second period (Cerinetti from Eddie Baker and Jake Miller) to take a 2-1 lead. Three minutes into the third period, Nate Harendza (assist to Luke Miller) gave Binghamton a two goal lead. The Binghamton lead stretched to three goals when Caden Dearborn scored (assisted by Tyesn Gates and Luke Miller) with 2 1/2 minutes remaining. Pulling their goalie for an extra attacker, Zach Miles scored (assist to Louis Newman) but UE could get no closer as Binghamton finished out this 4-2 win. Josh Ryan make 26 saves getting the victory with Dylan Pavlovich making 28 saves for UE.
Sunday's elimination bracket final was a match-up between #4 Binghamton and #1 E/HH. It was E/HH that held the 2-1 advantage in regular season wins between these two teams. The Patriots wasted no time getting on the board first scoring a short-handed goal (Justin Fiato from Eddie Baker) a minute and a half into the first period. The goal held up and Binghamton had the 1-0 lead after one period. Period two belonged to the Express as they held a 9-1 shot advantage and put two pucks into the net. Matthew LaBadie scored a powerplay goal (assisted by Sam Gee) and Tony Robinson scored assisted by Nate Gee and Sam Gee to put E/HH up 2-1 entering the third period. Two and a half minutes in, Hunter Argetsinger scored an unassisted goal to give E/HH its first 2-goal lead of the night. Binghamton pulled their goalie but E/Hh scored once again when Nate Gee put the puck into the empty net finishing up the 4-1 Express win. Robbie Wise had 11 saves getting the win while Josh Ryan made 24 saves for Binghamton.
Thursday night we will have the match-up between winner's bracket champion Vestal (#2 regular season seed) and the elimination bracket champion E/HH (#1 seeded in the regular season). Should be another great game!
Monday, April 3rd, 7:00 pm - Location: TBA


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