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Friday, April 15, 2011

Late Thursday Alberta Cup

Game 5
Edmonton South 4 - Central Thrashers 3
Central took a 3-1 lead in to the 3rd period but Edmonton South were able to tie it up on a couple early goals in the 3rd period and got the winner from Aaron Irving with just 1:11 remaining in the game.  Jakubowski, Patterson and Lapointe also scored for Edmonton South.  Zach Patterson had 1-1-2 in the game as did Braden Jakubowski.  McGonigal and Debrusk each had a pair of helpers.  For Central Thrashers, Bobyk had 1-1-2 and Ty Mappin added one assist.  Defenseman Jordan Steenbergan and Matt Fonteyne scored the others.  Ferrus turned aside 21/24 for Edmonton while Desrosiers stopped 19-23.  Interesting to note that John Quennville doesn't have a point yet.

Shots on Goal
Edmonton South 23
Central Thrashers 24

Power Plays
Edmonton South 2/8  (Patterson, Irving)
Central Thrashers 2/8 (Steenbergan, Bobyk)

Game 6
South Senators 8 - Northeast 2
South Senators got out to a 6-0 lead about the midway point of the 2nd period and cruised to the most lopsided win thus far 8-2.  Several players had multiple point games including;  Tyler Wong 2-1-3, Blake Penner 1-2-3, Cavin Leth 1-1-2, Carson Pickett 0-2-2.  The goal scorers for Northeast were; Tyler Robertson and Tyler Busch.  Liam Gregor picked up 2 assists.  Mudryk and Martin played in goal for Northeast and stopped 21/29 shots.  For South Sens, Conrad stopped 17/19.

Shots on Goal
South Senators 29
Northeast 19

Power Plays
South Senators 0/5 Chartier scored SH in the game
Northeast 0/2

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