April 10, 2014

Game Three (Do or Die Time)

It's do or die time for the Johnstown Tomahawks.

This weekend the Tomahawks are back home after dropping the first two playoff games in Port Huron last weekend. Currently, the Fighting Falcons are up 2-0 in the best-of-five series, which means one more win by Port Huron and they advance to the second round of the NAHL playoffs.

Game three this is tomorrow night (Friday) and if the Tomahawks can win game four will take place again in Johnstown on Saturday night.

After the first two games of the series, we wrote a post about how one of the bright spots this playoff series has been Brett Young.

Once again this weekend, Young will have to continue his great performance to give Johnstown the best chance to win.

If Johnstown pulls even in the series, the last game, game five will take place back in Port Huron on Monday night.

In case you were wondering the officials on Friday night will be, linesmen Jake Davis, John Waleski, and referee Sean MacFarlane. If there's a game four, the linesmen will be the same but the referee will be Jonathon Paradise.

The other match-up in the North Division has Michigan up over Janesville 2-0. They will also faceoff against each on tomorrow and possibly Saturday.

Updated Links:

Tribune Democrat- 'Hawks need a win to survive
WJAC-TV- Tomahawks' Confident Despite Trailing in Series
Johnstown Tomahawks- Official Game Preview

Game 1- Port Huron 3-2 (boxscore, press release)
Game 2- Port Huron 4-3 (boxscore, press release)


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