|Team celebrate a goal on Friday night.|
Photo by: Tami Knopsnyder 2013 Copyright
Port Huron came into the weekend with a ten game point streak, which the Tomahawks broke.Alex Blankenburg had a perfect record, 9-0, which the Tomahawks ended.
Port Huron had not lost a game all season when leading after two periods, which the Tomahawks' broke on Saturday night as well.
This was a great weekend for the team, and now they will take their momentum on the road, where they'll travel to Wenatchee and play four games, in the next two weeks.
They'll then head back east to take on Michigan, before playing Michigan again, only this time at home for New Year's Eve.
But before we look deeper into the upcoming games, let's take a look at this great weekend.
Johnstown 4 Port Huron 3 F
|Johnstown - Zach Wallace (Jordan Watt, Joe Drabin) 11:22|
Johnstown - Brandon Reinholz (power play) (Shane Bednard, Mitch Hall) 15:30
|Port Huron - Logan Lambdin (power play) (Lucas Little, Zach Badalamenti) 1:36|
Port Huron - Logan Lambdin (Niko Coffman, Zach Badalamenti) 6:03
|Johnstown - Mitch Hall (power play) (Jordan Watt) 2:42|
Johnstown - Matthew Meier (power play) (Trevor Recktenwald, Jordan Watt) 4:05
Port Huron - Niko Coffman (Matt Seidel, Jonathan Kopacka) 8:05
Notes and Thoughts:
---Johnstown went 3 for 4 on the power play.
---Johnstown outshot Port Huron 44-28.
---Jordan Watt had a three point night. It's great to see his hard work pay off. Last season he was third on the team in scoring and that production has gone down this year. His former line mates, Gylling and Kontny aren't on the team this season and that has something to do with his production. This was Watt's second multi-point night of the season.
---The game wasn't as mean as past game's between the two teams, but there was still some great action.
----Mitch Hall had a two point night. He now has more points this season, and in less games, than his totals last year.
Johnstown 3 Port Huron 2 SO Final