CU continued their winning ways with a resounding 8 - 2 win over the visiting Mighty Bucks. Performing a toe pick that could only be "Blades of Steel " worthy, forward Chris "John Deere" Zamzow showed that he was more than just a graceful skater , and continued his torrid scoring streak by tallying two. This was no small feat , as Zamzow was paired on a line with veteran Brian "Make up your mind" Minish. The aging forward may be in the early stages of Alzheimer/dementia as he showed signs of confusing on not one but two clear breakaways. Minish was spotting shoveling off the outdoor rink early this am, club medical staff believe that he was either confused and thought it was his driveway, or maybe the dedicated winger was just putting in some extra work.
Hmmmm, what was that move again?
Rookie center- men Clayton "Spice" Mychaluk continues to show that he is the real deal. Scoring twice, adding a helper, the brash young rookie looks to have his sights on the league scoring title. Although held scoreless, speedy right winger Warren "Wheels" Gray , showing his unselfish play yet again, was instrumental in setting up four of the eight goals. Gray continues to dazzle all with his tape to tape passing.
Threading the needle..
The consistent play of CU back end has made life very comfortable for tender Mike Smith. Textbook defense from Darren Mullin and Blaine Campbell, kept Smith's evening relatively quiet. Midget call up Riley "The Grin" Morden recorded his first "Plus" game of the season. Rumor has this is a first for the entire Morden family . Rounding out the scoring for CU were Cable, Campbell, Mullin, and McDonald, when all four beat legendary Buck goaltender Ernie " The Glove" Pierrepont top shelf.