Saturday, November 20, 2010

SVCU Suffer First Loss of Season...

Leading 8-4 after one, SVCU had a huge collapse in the second, ending up on the short end of a 10-9 O.T. loss. Despite an incredible offensive display by the recently re-united "M-G-M" line, (McDonald-Gray-Morden), including a late game laser by Jeremy "O.T. Kid" Gray to force overtime, the cocky young guns aka Kenville Flyers , sealed the deal in extra time.
SVCU free flowing, offensively charged back end was held off the score sheet for the first time this year. Kevin "Special K" Kopecky, the highly touted soft handed sophomore, continues to struggle offensively. Recording a record 25 shots on net, the disgruntled D-man is still searching for his first goal of the season. Playing partner Craig "Zdeno" Zamzow had what could only be characterized as a "Perplexing Performance". Countless give aways, poor decision making, and lack luster effort, have management scratching their heads. "Zamzow needs to bring that veteran presence and savvy  back into his game, and in a hurry,  in order to justify his ice time minutes!"

Craig "Zdeno" Zamzow

On loan from the Swan River Raiders, former SVCU player turned puck stopper Warren " Stack em" Clark filled in admirably. Coming off a huge win the previous night (4-3 Raider win over Valley Outlaws), it was apparent the "deep in the crease" Clark was tired and off his game.

Jeremy "O.T. Kid" Gray

Jeremy "OT Kid" Gray's 5 goal performance has put the gifted goal scorer back into the league scoring race. Not to be overlooked, offensively challenged diminutive forward Rob "Blogmeister" McDonald once again surprised opponents and teammates alike , with a 5 point night! (2goals 3 assists)
Scoring woes continue for healthy scratch Mark "Squeeze" Munro and Kevin "Special K" Kopecky , the two remaining active roster players to record their first goals of the season. Rumor has it that Brian "The Thrill" Gilroy has started a pool, squares are available from any active or former SVCU player!

R.I.P. Mr. Pat Burns.....

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