September 29, 2013

Tomahawks Shutout Soo, 2-0

Alex Okicki
In 60 games last season the Johnstown Tomahawks had a total of two shutouts. This season in the first nine games they have two.

Coming into the season the Tomahawks were built for a high scoring team, but in the games they've played and got two points, they've shown to be a more defensive team. The way I see it, whatever gets the two points is good enough for me, as well as other Johnstown fans.

Alex Okicki played as strong as you can in net, stopping all 28 shots he faced.

Jordan Watt
The game winning goal came in the second period on the power play. It was scored by Jordan Watt. Jordan Watt would strike again in the third period as he was able to beat Soo's goaltender, Paige Skoog, on a pentaly shot.

Johnstown went 1 for 5 on the power play. Soo went 0 for 5.

Both teams registered 28 shots on net.

With the win Okicki's record goes to 2-2-0 with a GAA of 2.30 and a save percentage of .922. Alex is the first goalie to get his save percentage above the 90% mark for the season, which you'd like your goalie to be at.





Jordan Watt assisted by Mitch Hall and Jesse Kessler (PP) 5:15


Jordan Watt (Penalty Shot)

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The Johnstown Tomahawks now have a record on the young season of 4-4-1 good for 9 points and second place un the division.

After nine games last season the Tomahawks had a record of 3-3-3 good for 9 points.

The Tomahawks are back at home this weekend vs. the Springfield Jr. Blues, a team that's in the North Division but that the Tomahawks don't play often. Springfield has a current record of 4-2-0 and are currently in third place, one point behind Johnstown.

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