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Shane Reidy scored the Game Winning Goal with 14:25 remaining in the second stanza. Aidan Halliday recorded a shutout in his second win of the season through five starts for the Bulls. Boden Rudloff kept his team within striking distance with a string of show stopping saves, but the Tigers goaltender picked up his third loss in six starts. Smithtown Hauppauge has now won back-to-back games under newly minted Head Coach Mark Dubeau.

The game was tied after the end of the first frame thanks in no small part to the heroics of Northport Huntington netminder Boden Rudloff. Thirty-five seconds into the second period, Shane Reidy scored the eventual GWG to open the scoring for Smithtown Hauppauge. Northport Huntington trailed by one after two periods of play.

Brendan Landrigan scored a power play goal to give the Bulls a 2-0 lead in the final frame. With 5:30 remaining in regulation, Gavin Bareham sealed the deal for Smithtown Hauppauge with a beautiful breakaway goal. The Bulls moved to 5-4-1 on the campaign. The Tigers dropped to 4-6 on the season.

Scoring Summary

PeriodTimeGoal ScorerAssistsTeamType
2nd14:25Shane ReidyDavid WetzelSmithtown Hauppauge BullsGWG
3rd11:28Brendan LandriganVictor D’Errico, Richard Pfister IIISmithtown Hauppauge BullsPP
3rd05:30Gavin BarehamJackson CantalupoSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls

Three Stars of the Game

StarNameStat LinePerformance Summary
1stShane Reidy1 GoalScored the game-winning goal
2ndGavin Bareham1 GoalContributed significantly to the victory
3rdBrendan Landrigan1 GoalPlayed a key role in the team’s success

Upcoming Schedule

Smithtown Hauppauge On a Two Game Heater Heading Into Rivalry Matchup

Two’s a streak. The new look Bulls have won two straight games under Head Coach Mark Dubeau. Smithtown Hauppauge is set to take on a Sachem squad that has dropped back-to-back contests after winning seven straight to start the season. In the first meeting between these two teams, the Bulls lost 5-4 in overtime to Sachem. The Smithtown Hauppauge Bulls will square off with Sachem for the second time on Monday December 4th at 8:10 PM

Northport Huntington Looks To Snap Three Game Skid

After Northport Huntington shocked the SCHSHL with an upset win against Kings Park Commack, the Tigers have dropped three consecutive contests. During that stretch, the Tigers have been blanked twice and lit the lamp one. The Northport Huntington Tigers will face off against the Longwood Lions after the Thanksgiving Break. Longwood lit the lamp five times in the last meeting between these two squads, but Northport Huntington won 10-5. The Northport Huntington Tigers will take the ice against the Longwood Lions on Wednesday November 29th at 9:20 PM.

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