A road trip north to the comfy confines of the Bowsman Barn, provided a great start to the weekend for S.V.C.U. Jumping out to an early 3-0 lead, S.V.C.U. continued their offensive onslaught posting an impressive 10-1 victory. Veteran forward Brain "Magic Man" Minish lead all S.V.C.U. scorers with three. Verification from the league statistician, confirms that this was Minish's first "Hat" since joining the parent club in 1984.
Continuing his point production in consecutive games, Rob "Lock Knee" McDonald scored twice and set the plate on two of Minishe's high light reel goals. Opting for the "Two center men, three pair of wingers" system, allowed fleet footed middlemen Jeff " Nifty" Knight and Ryan "Cowboy" Keowan countless opportunities to show off their creativity. Knight responded with 2 goals , with Keowan adding a single. Not to be out done, SVCU vet Barry "Shooter" Eggie pin pointed his patented snap shot past a bewildered Silver Seven goaltender. Randy "Howie" Mateika brought back the Telestrator to re account the Wrap Around." Play starts with defense passing the puck off boards to Holiday Holtom. He dumps it behind the net, then I #55 in Gretzky like fashion pick up the loose puck, head up looking for a teammate, who is not in position (black X) , decide to take shot off stunned defender Tyler Mullin's skate, a perfect pool angle shot, and it's in the back of the net before you can say "Buffalo Wings !"
Joining the back end for only the second time this season, rookie utility sensation Kevin "Special K" Kopecky, did not dissapoint. Fitting nicely into the established Run and Gun defensive system created by veteran reargaurds Warren "Wheels" Gray and Craig "Wings" Zamzow, the rookie took it upon himself to score twice, allowing the veterans a proverbial "Day off at the Office". Next up , a Tuesday evening match up with the Outlaws, should be a dandy.